The Luxembourg Stock Exchange has announced that it will use Swift in the development and rollout of its new market infrastructure for European investment funds.
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange has now announced its cooperation with Altus on the development of the market infrastructure for European investment funds.
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange relaunched its website on 22 October, in what is the first step in a wide-ranging redefinition of its online offering.
Atrium Network, provider of smarter connectivity for the financial community, today announced that, in line with its expansion plans, it has opened a new point of presence (POP) in Luxembourg and has connected to the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
On 9 March 2009, the Luxembourg Stock Exchange successfully migrated all securities listed on its two markets, the regulated market and the Euro MTF market, to the Universal Trading Platform or UTP of Nyse Euronext.
LCH.Clearnet SA is pleased to announce the successful launch of Luxembourg Stock Exchange CCP services.
NYSE Euronext and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange announce a new step forward in their cooperation with Euronext markets' adoption of the SAGE (Système d'Admission et de Gestion Electronique) services and functions already used by the Luxembourg Stock Exchange for the listing of corporate debt issues.
Following the partnership between the Luxembourg Stock Exchange and Euronext N.V., a subsidiary of NYSE Euronext, and the migration of its securities to the NSC trading platform of NYSE Euronext's European cash markets, the Luxembourg Stock Exchange has chosen to establish a Central Counterparty (CCP) model for clearing and settlement. The CCP project initiated by the Luxembourg Stock Exchange and LCH.Clearnet as CCP, includes a choice of settlement venue for clients at either Euroclear Bank or Clearstream Banking Luxembourg.
LCH.Clearnet SA and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange are pleased to announce the signature of a Memorandum Of Understanding to implement clearing services for Luxembourg Stock Exchange markets.
As part of the partnership agreement between Euronext N.V., a subsidiary of NYSE Euronext, and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, the two partners announced the creation of a European Economic Interest Group (EEIG) on 21 May 2007. The new EEIG will be based in Luxembourg.
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