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Deutsche Börse AG (DBAG)

Deutsche Börse AG (DBAG) is the operating company for the German cash and derivatives markets. It has four subsidiaries: Deutsche Börse Clearing AG, Deutsche Börse Systems AG, Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse (FWB), and the derivatives market, EUREX Deutschland (formerly the Deutsche Terminbörse ).

Deutsche Borse AG

A firm that operates a number of high-profile securities and derivative exchanges, among other financial companies. Formed in 1993, it owns the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Eurex. Just as prominently, Deutsche Borse AG also owns the Clearstream clearing house.
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para]]SHENZHEN, China, June 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In June, 2015, Deutsche Borse Group and Matthias Machnig, State Secretary of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, jointly announced the launch of the proposed "Deutsche Borse Venture Network" and held the inaugural ceremony at the Germany Federal Economics Ministry in Berlin.
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Global Banking News-March 31, 2014--Bank of China to become a trading member of Deutsche Borse
Beginning the first quarter of 2014, Deutsche Borse, the operator of the Frankfurt stock exchange and Eurex derivatives exchange, will start trading in its spare cloud computing capacity.
BRUSSELS, Feb 1 (KUNA) -- The European Union Wednesday prohibited the proposed merger between Deutsche Borse and NYSE Euronext, the two largest exchanges for European financial derivatives worldwide on fears that it would have harmed the European economy.
Their letter to Geithner asks him to use his influence as the Chair of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) to reconsider its approval of the deal allowing Frankfurt-based Deutsche Borse Group to acquire a 60 percent stake in the NYSE.
The New York Stock Exchange (which also owns Euronext) and Germany's Deutsche Borse have said they are in advanced talks to merge in a transaction that would result in the biggest stock exchange in the world valued at $24-billion.
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Speculation over consolidation in the sector has reached fever pitch in recent weeks, with Germany's Deutsche Borse also proposing a merger with Euronext.
And to give the German public a taste of how Anglo-Saxon corporate raiders operate in today's world of globalization, a group of foreign investors, led by Christopher Hohn, managing partner of The Children's Investment Fund (TCI), a British-based hedge fund owning 8 percent of Deutsche Borse, succeeded in ousting Werner Seifert as chief executive of Deutsche Borse and forcing its supervisory board chairman, Rolf Breuer, to resign at the end of this year.
A LIVERPOOL stockbroking firm that owns shares in the London Stock Exchange yesterday remained cagey over the potential effect of a takeover by Deutsche Borse.

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