Borsa Italiana

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Italian Exchange (Borsa Italiana)

Italy's major securities exchange.

Borsa Italiana

The main stock exchange in Italy. Founded in 1808 and publicly owned until 1998, the London Stock Exchange acquired it in 2007. It is the primary market for derivatives traded in Italy, as well as for Italian government bonds and eurobonds. It also trades in other fixed income investments. All trading take place electronically.
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In doing so, Birmingham Made Me has made contact with the British Council in Italy, Enterprise Europe Network, Borsa di Milano, Alessi Headquarters in Milan and Politecnico di Milano, amongst other eminent partners.
Shares will trade with the new stock price as of the opening of trading on June 18, 1999 on the New York Stock Exchange, the Bourse de Paris and the Borsa di Milano.
3RDJUNE Evening 18:00 hrs Joint reception with the Borsa di Milano, facilitating introductions with brand-led quoted companies, start-up entrepreneurs and high growth design-led businesses 18:00 Welcome and Introductions: Beverley Nielsen, Director Corporate Affairs, Birmingham City University 18:10 James Plant Design, Next Generation Designs for Birmingham 18:20 The importance of the Birmingham and Milan Sister City relationship, Birmingham City Councillor, to be confirmed 18:30 Consigliere di Milano and British Council business meetings 18:40 Reception with Borsa di Milano Networking reception with light refreshments till 20:00 4th June Milan Reception, Urban Centre 10-12.