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The Value Chain of a Traditional Exchange


A traditional exchange business model is made up of different market players and organisations.

In this context, the value of a traditional exchange can be found in the following:

  • Guaranteeing a well developed Primary Market
  • Offering the proper context to all instruments and asset classes:
    – Equities: Blue-Chips, Mid- Caps, Small-Caps and micro-Caps
    – Fixed Income
    – Structured products (e.g. ETF / ETCs)
    – Derivatives
    (No cream skimming of the most liquid instruments)

Issuers
Exchange
Instruments
market makers
Settlement Organisation
Central Counterparty


 

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