Friday July 3, 2020

Irish Stock Exchange extends partnership with Deutsche Boerse until 2021

The ISE will continue to use the Xetra trading system

15th February, 2016
The ISE has extended its contract with Deutsche Boerse until 2021 Pic: RollingNews.ie

The Irish Stock Exchange has renewed its strategic technology partnership with Deutsche Börse, extending its use of the Deutsche Börse trading infrastructure and related services for six years until the end of 2021.

“The ISE is delighted to extend its successful collaboration with Deutsche Börse for the use of its Xetra system and related services," the ISE's Brian Healy said. “It enables us to continue delivering a world class electronic trading system...

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