(Ljubljana/Vienna/Zagreb) Ljubljana Stock Exchange and Zagreb Stock Exchange are continuing their technology cooperation with the Vienna Stock Exchange. The agreement covers the provision of trading system services, index calculation and market data distribution. All three exchanges have a rich and successful history of cooperation. Today, a dozen indices – including the national indices CROBEX and SBI TOP – as well as real-time market data from both stock markets can reach more than 15,000 financial professionals around the world. The Vienna Stock Exchange has been IT operator for the Ljubljana Stock Exchange since 2010 and for the Zagreb Stock Exchange since 2017.
"It is truly a great thing to have such a long-term and quality partnership as we have with the Vienna Stock Exchange. With the T7 trading system and the cooperation with the Vienna Stock Exchange, we offer our market a system that meets the highest international and technical standards and is being continuously upgraded. We are very pleased that our cooperation continues," says Ivana Gažić, CEO of the Zagreb Stock Exchange.
"Technology cooperation is crucial for our industry these days. We are very happy to continue the IT partnership we started 10 years ago and carry on offering the latest standards and technology to the Slovenian market," adds Aleš Ipavec, CEO of Ljubljana Stock Exchange.
"The Vienna Stock Exchange is pleased to continue to supply local market participants with state-of-the-art technology adapted to regional needs. Thanks for the trust you have placed in us and for extending our successful cooperation," says Christoph Boschan, CEO of Wiener Börse AG.
The Vienna Stock Exchange cooperates with more than ten exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe. As a central infrastructure provider, it provides trading systems and related IT services for five markets, including Austria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovenia. It operates the central market data feed and calculates over 150 indices – including all national stock market indices – for the region.
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About Wiener Börse AG
As the main provider of market infrastructure in the region, Wiener Börse AG is the gate to global markets. Operating the stock exchanges in Vienna and Prague, the group offers state-of-the-art systems, information and IT services. Listed companies receive maximum liquidity and investors benefit from fast and cost-effective trading by the market leader. Wiener Börse AG also collects and distributes stock market data and calculates the most important indices of the region. Because of this unique know-how the national stock exchanges in Budapest, Ljubljana and Zagreb trust its IT services. Additionally, the group holds stakes in energy exchanges and clearing houses.
About Ljubljana Stock Exchange
The Ljubljana Stock Exchange is a private joint-stock company that follows and maintains a tradition and reputation for more than 30 years and strives to ensure a secure, efficient and successful operation of the Slovene capital market, in accordance with the law and other regulations. It operates a regular market and a multilateral trading system – SI ENTER, that is intended for the local SMEs. Ljubljana Stock Exchange strives to become the informational and financial intersection point for the local and regional capital market, and wishes to offer the highest quality services to all business partners.
About Zagreb Stock Exchange
The Zagreb Stock Exchange is the central marketplace for Croatian companies. It operates two market segments (regulated market and multilateral trading system for SME's – Progress Market). The Zagreb Stock Exchange has a stake in the SEE Link company based in Macedonia and the Funderbeam South-East Europe company based in Croatia. It has a stake in the Macedonian Stock Exchange and is the only shareholder of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange. For almost 30 years, the Zagreb Stock Exchange has been a leader in the development of the region's capital market, especially by providing a transparent, secure and cost-efficient marketplace. Quality assurance of capital market services for investors, issuers and all stakeholders is a high priority for the Zagreb Stock Exchange.
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