Options deploys Boerse Stuttgart Group’s data to achieve full coverage of German exchanges

Rick Steves

“This strategic deployment reflects our commitment to providing clients with the latest connectivity solutions across the EMEA markets and is a key part of our rapid growth trajectory”.

Options Technology has deployed the real-time market data feed from Boerse Stuttgart Group, the sixth largest exchange group in Europe who plays a pivotal role in the financial landscape as the operator of Europe’s leading stock exchange for Securitized Derivatives trading.

The provider of cloud-enabled managed services integrated the data feed as part of its ambition to deliver comprehensive and definitive market data to its customers in the region.

Options now has full coverage of the German exchanges, which includes access to key Cash Equity, Indices, Derivatives, Fixed Income, and Energy Markets. The deployment will further enable users to access real time quotes and trades, empowering traders and investors worldwide.

The feed is available through shared infrastructure in FR2.

“Enriching our diverse market data platform and expanding our global coverage”

Danny Moore, President and CEO of Options Technology, commented: “We are delighted to integrate Boerse Stuttgart Group’s market data feed, further enriching our diverse market data platform and expanding our global coverage. Customers will benefit from enhanced insights, allowing them to make informed trading decisions with precision and confidence.

“This strategic deployment reflects our commitment to providing clients with the latest connectivity solutions across the EMEA markets and is a key part of our rapid growth trajectory”.

Sabine Gustke, Head of Information Products and Services of Boerse Stuttgart Group, added: “We are very pleased to have added Options Technology as a data vendor, further strengthening the global distribution of our real-time market data.”

Options Technology has recently appointed renowned capital markets expert, Larry Leibowitz to its board of advisors, attained Microsoft Solutions Partner status for Security and Infrastructure, and opened a new office in Paris.

BSG launched Easy Euwax for zero fees on securitized derivatives

In early 2023, Boerse Stuttgart Group launched Easy Euwax, a new segment for trading in securitized derivatives, thus complementing its proven and tested offering for retail investors in this asset class.

Exchange transaction fees are not charged on any of the products listed in the Easy Euwax segment. This is part of the company’s strategic entry into the zero-fee space in securities trading. In 2022, BSG introduced zero fees on BX Swiss and launched zero-fee platform TradeREBEL for equities and exchange-traded products (ETPs).

Now, trading without exchange fees becomes also possible for securitized derivatives, the most important asset class for Boerse Stuttgart Group.

Easy Euwax is open to all issuers of securitised derivatives. The segment comprises more than 220,000 leverage and investment products on a wide variety of underlying assets. Investors are not charged either exchange fees or broker fees for campaign orders placed.

The independent Trading Surveillance Office monitors price fixing and transaction settlement for exchange trading in the Easy Euwax segment.

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