The Malta Stock Exchange (MSE) announced that it will be extending its use of Deutsche Börse’s T7 trading technology for a further five years.
Both parties agreed that future adjustments or innovations to Deutsche Börse’s trading infrastructure can be introduced on the MSE, if desired.
“Deutsche Börse provides us with exceptionally reliable and efficient trading technology. The partnership has proven its worth for the Malta Stock Exchange since 2012,” MSE CEO Simon Zammit said.
“Therefore, we have decided to continue to address the future technological changes and challenges facing the financial industry together with Deutsche Börse,” Mr Zammit continued.
Engaging over 9,000 employees around the globe, Deutsche Börse is a leading international exchange organisation and innovative market infrastructure provider.
The Deutsche Börse Group’s wide range of products, services, and technologies help it organise safe and efficient markets for sustainable economies.
“We are delighted that the Malta Stock Exchange has chosen Deutsche Börse’s IT services and technology solutions,” Eric Leupold, the company’s Cash Market Managing Director said.
“This will enable trading participants to benefit from our technology for the cash markets, which we are constantly developing, as well as from a large international network of market participants,” Mr Leupold added.
Numerous exchanges around the world make use of Deutsche Börse’s trading architecture. These include the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the European Energy Exchange, and Eurex.
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