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Deutsche Börse and Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) celebrate the anniversary of their successful market data cooperation. Three new clients signed today to get access to key Deutsche Börse market data via SSE. Now a total of eight clients use this connection.
A ceremony to celebrate the successful partnership was held today in Shanghai, attended by Deutsche Börse Executive Board Member Hauke Stars and Bo Que, Vice President of Shanghai Stock Exchange.
In this cooperation, SSE via its wholly owned subsidiary SSE Infonet Ltd. acts as the official distributor and licensor of Deutsche Börse market data products in mainland China.
The three new official vendors of Deutsche Börse market data are NetEase Media Technology, Beijing SINA Internet Information Service and Shenzhen Tencent Computer Systems. Further clients are Shanghai DZH, Shanghai Wind Information, Zhengzhou Esunny Information Technology, HithinkRoyalFlush Information Network, and East Money Information Technology.
“This is a big milestone for us. Our partnership with one of the biggest Asian exchanges allows us to further strengthen our business in China,” said Hauke Stars, Executive Board Member responsible for the Information Technology and Market Data + Services division of Deutsche Börse. “We are pleased to enter the next phase of this cooperation, exploring options to further deepen our relationship.”
Bo Que, Vice President of Shanghai Stock Exchange, said: “Through the market data cooperation with Deutsche Börse, in addition to SSE and local mainland China exchanges’ market data, the China Investment Information Platform also carries major international exchanges’ information. This cooperation is one of the important ways for SSE to promote internationalization. Today’s ceremony is an important initiative of mutually beneficial cooperation between two exchanges.”
In this context, SSE introduced and awarded certificates for official vendors of Deutsche Börse market data in mainland China. The diplomas were handed over to old and new customers alike.
The cooperation with SSE is part of a series of market data partnerships between Deutsche Börse and exchanges in the Asia region. In November 2014, Deutsche Börse entered a market data partnership with Singapore-based Cleartrade Exchange. In October 2013, Deutsche Börse became the exclusive licensor of Bombay Stock Exchange’s market data and information products to all international clients.
Deutsche Börse is one of the world’s leading data and technology service providers for the securities industry with a product and service offering for issuers, investors, intermediaries and data vendors. The Group covers the entire value chain from trading, through clearing, to settlement and securities custody. Deutsche Börse Market Data + Services encompasses the Group’s extensive market data offering and external technology and connectivity services. The product and service range includes real-time and historical data from the Group's trading venues Eurex and Xetra as well as from cooperation partners. It also includes exclusive trading signals independent of its platforms such as economic indicators or macroeconomic news, reference data for more than 1,000,000 securities, approximately 10,825 indices including the STOXX and DAX index families, superior capital market infrastructure, and reliable connectivity services.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) was established on November 26, 1990. The SSE is China's largest and the world's third largest stock exchange. As of May 20, 2015, the SSE ranked third, second and third in the total market capitalization of the stocks, the turnover and the amount of funding among the world's major exchanges. The SSE is the first and currently the only full-line exchange in China, with the products covering the spot (stocks) and derivatives (stock options) markets. The SSE is the exchange in China’s mainland with the highest degree of openness. The trading mechanism of "Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect" introduced in 2014 makes the SSE the only securities exchange in China’s mainland with the trading mechanism connected with an overseas market. The SSE is in transition from a large blue-chip market in the traditional sense to a multi-level market. In 2014, the SSE was approved to enter the market of small-sized companies issuing less than 50 million shares; the SSE plans to launch the board of strategic emerging industries to enter the broader market of innovative companies.
Established with the investment of Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) in January 2003, SSE Infonet Ltd.(SSE Infonet), the sole exclusive agent to manage the SSE’s securities information, was recognized in 2005 as a high-tech enterprise and a software enterprise respectively by the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Economy and Informatization and the Shanghai Municipal Science and Technology Commission. SSE Infonet endeavours to provide first-class information services for securities market and SSE Infonet assumes the responsibility of developing securities information service market and offering market infrastructure.