Navigation and Service



Overview Market Data + Services

Deutsche Börse Market Data + Services provides technology enabled services helping clients to digitize their businesses and navigate financial markets with increased agility and insight. By extracting and deploying the right information at the right time, Market Data + Services turns data into value.

Trusted by more than 4,500 institutions across the globe, we manage over 440,000 data subscriptions and offer software and outsourcing services empowered by the world class technological infrastructure of Deutsche Börse, a leading global exchange. In their interactions with markets and market participants, our clients who include investors, brokers, traders or custodians enjoy increased transparency, speed and flexibility with reduced upfront investments or collateral.

To digitize their businesses, clients have to work on three different layers:

  • Data: To feed business processes and associated problem solving
  • Software applications: To (semi-)automate problem solving
  • Platforms / infrastructure: To produce, host and transport data and software

Market Data + Services delivers products and services for all layers.

Index services

open close

Deutsche Börse Group’s index activities are performed by the subsidiary STOXX Ltd. From 2010 to 2015, STOXX Ltd. was a subsidiary of Deutsche Börse AG and SIX Group. In August 2015, Deutsche Börse Group fully acquired STOXX. For our customers this means one single point of contact for all index brands. For our customers, this means one single point of contact for the index brands STOXX and DAX. Together with STOXX Ltd., STOXX and Deutsche Börse AG publish more than 10,850 global indices and benchmarks.

STOXX and DAX indices are licensed to the world's largest issuers of financial products, capital owners and asset managers, as well as to more than 500 companies around the world. They are used as underlyings for financial products such as exchange-traded funds (ETFs), futures and options, and structured products, as well as for risk and performance measurement of investment activities. In addition STOXX develops and produces indices and benchmarks for other index owners, e.g. issuers of financial products, asset managers or other index providers.

The DAX and STOXX indices reflect Deutsche Börse’s core values of transparency, reliability and innovation. Since the introduction of the DAX index more than 25 years ago and the EURO STOXX 50 in 1998, we have continuously expanded our index family with objectivity and rules-based construction as guiding principles.

Data services

open close

Financial markets are among the most information intensive environments worldwide. Financial market participants such as analysts, algo traders, banks, hedge funds, asset managers, mid and back office professionals and data vendors, rely on accurate and timely information to make investment and trading decisions, manage risk, safeguard assets and comply with increasing regulation.

Market Data + Services is among the premier providers of proprietary financial information, offering real-time and historical market data as well as real-time analytics.

Market Data + Services actively orchestrates a growing ecosystem of third parties, ranging from proprietary content providers such as partner exchanges to specialized analytics and tool providers to leverage its best in class information management infrastructure and processes to its customers’ benefit.

As a recognized specialist in the commercialization and dissemination of low latency market data, we have cooperations and partnerships with the Irish Stock Exchange, the Bulgarian Stock Exchange, the European Energy Exchange, BSE India and the Shanghai Stock Exchange.

Regulatory services

open close

Deutsche Börse Group is one of the world’s leading providers for the securities industry with a product and service offering for issuers, investors and data vendors. It is also one of the leaders in providing transaction services.

With its regulatory reporting hub Deutsche Börse Group enables clients to meet regulatory obligations easily and efficiently under MiFID II.

Over 1,800 clients around the world are currently using regulatory reporting services provided by Deutsche Börse and REGIS-TR. Of these, over 300 are using the Deutsche Börse MiFID I service and more than 1,300 clients use REGIS-TR for EMIR reporting. Deutsche Börse is a Trade Data Monitor (TDM) under MiFID I. REGIS-TR is licensed for EMIR and holds the status as Registered Reporting Mechanism (RRM) under REMIT. The two entities report more than 500,000,000 EMIR transactions monthly, and 75,000,000 MIFID I transactions monthly to supervisory authorities in various countries.

The services of Deutsche Börse and REGIS-TR are highly complementary, which uniquely positions us to be the de facto European regulatory reporting hub.  Our system allows clients to report multiple regulations to multiple NCA’s or TR’s from a single client hub.

With a strong regulatory reporting hub we alleviate many challenges clients are facing, in particular during the transition period between MiFID I and II. For a smooth transition into production, Deutsche Börse Group provides a comprehensive pilot programme that will guide clients to their MiFID II readiness.

Infrastructure services

open close

Market mechanisms are used in multiple areas of financial markets replacing bilateral customised interactions. As an experienced developer and operator of market technology and infrastructure, Market Data + Services offers operation of markets for clients using its state-of-the-art market technology and highly scalable global infrastructure. Typically, our clients are small and medium exchanges, energy market participants, software vendors and users of IT infrastructure from the financial industry.

Leveraging Deutsche Börse’s scale, Market Data + Services redeploys existing platforms and infrastructure and offers them “as-a-service” to their clients. Most prominently it makes use of the Group’s “7 Market Technology” series as the first global IT infrastructure offering of its kind. The offering currently comprises T7 (derivatives trading platform), C7 (derivatives clearing platform), N7 (network) and M7 (multi-asset class trading platform focused on energy and commodities). In total, Infrastructure services operates 30 markets across the globe.

Financial market activity is increasingly supported or even automated using intelligent software technologies. This applies to strategy simulation, algorithmic trade execution, order routing, trade surveillance, collateral optimization, regulatory reporting – to name a few. For a growing number of these activities, Market Data + Services offers software functionality as a service. Our applications are centrally hosted in the cloud and can be used by our clients to perform their operations without the burden of upfront investments, configuration management and software maintenance while benefiting from ongoing innovation in all software technologies provided. In addition, all data that is available within Deutsche Börse’s infrastructure is accessible through our applications and can be integrated into our clients’ problem solving processes. Our current product range includes trading tools such as access to a virtual Eurex simulation environment, as well as compliance and regulatory tools that focus on anti-money laundering and EMIR and MiFID reporting requirements.

As financial markets have become more fragmented and global, clients need to process input from many dispersed sources and must interact with multiple counterparties across many different technological domains. That is why Market Data + Services offers access to its ecosystem of vendors, ISVs, venues and markets, clearing houses, security servicers and market participants via its global high performance network N7. N7 currently provides over 6,000 custom-made connections in 26 countries across Europe, North America and Asia. It powers all elements of the trade cycle, from secure access to trading systems, dissemination of real-time market data to delivery of applications and mission critical services. It also inter-connects customers’ own network of offices and data centres.