Federation of European Securities Exchanges

The Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE) is an industry association that represents operators of European exchanges
and other market segments, encompassing stock exchanges, financial derivatives, energy and commodity exchanges.

With 18 full members, FESE represents 36 exchanges from 30 different countries within the EU, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland & UK.

Latest News

News

New Report Out! Exchanges in 2021: the year in statistics

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A summary of FESE members' trading figures Global Overview The data for the year 2021 confirms…

Position Papers

Response to the IOSCO Consultation on the Revised Principles for the Regulation and Supervision of Commodity Derivatives Markets

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The IOSCO Review of the 2011 Principles applicable to commodity derivatives markets is very timely. It…

Position Papers

Trading venue outages: a framework for industry-wide standard protocols in equity markets

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The reliability of trading systems in extreme market conditions is underpinned by the continuous investments of…

Position Papers

Response to ESMA Consultation Paper on the Review of the MiFID II Framework on Best Execution Reports

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FESE, representing trading venues providing pre- and post-trade transparency, appreciates any efforts to improve transparency. It…

Position Papers

Response to ESMA call for evidence on retail investor protection

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FESE welcomes the opportunity to respond to ESMA’s Call for Evidence on the European Commission mandate…

News

Press release: “Exchanges raise concerns over ESMA’s Annual Statistical Report on 2020 data”

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In 2020, the UK was still part of the EU single market, accounting for 70% of…

Events

Call for papers! FESE De la Vega Prize 2022

‘How does market structure link to pensions?’ FESE webinar | European Retirement Week

European Small and Mid-Cap Awards – winners announced