Boerse Stuttgart GmbH
Boerse Stuttgart GmbH is the company responsible for operating the Stuttgart stock exchange.
At Boerse Stuttgart GmbH, decisions are made for operational and technical exchange operations. The coordination with its subsidiary EUWAX AG ensures close cooperation between market and exchange experts at the Stuttgart trading center. Investors thus benefit from a comprehensive range of services from a single source. In addition, Boerse Stuttgart GmbH controls other subsidiaries that are active in the securities business.
Managing directors are Michael Jaeggi, Dr. Manfred Pumbo and Dragan Radanovic.
EUWAX AG assumes the function of quality liquidity provider at the Stuttgart Stock Exchange and manages the asset classes of securitized derivatives, bonds, domestic equities, EURO STOXX 50 equities, Swedish equities, exchange-traded products (ETPs) and active funds. EUWAX has been listed on the exchange since 2000. Boerse Stuttgart GmbH holds an 84 percent interest in EUWAX AG.
Boerse Stuttgart cats GmbH
Boerse Stuttgart cats GmbH operates cats as a platform for fully automated, bilateral off-exchange trading between the private end customers of online brokers or asset managers and product providers in listed or unlisted securities.
Boerse Stuttgart GmbH holds 90 percent of Boerse Stuttgart cats GmbH.
Boerse Stuttgart Securities GmbH
Boerse Stuttgart Securities GmbH Boerse Stuttgart Securities GmbH was established to acquire, sell, own and hold precious metals. Furthermore, it can issue bonds which oblige it to deliver precious metals. For this purpose, it cooperates with established partners in the various fields. Boerse Stuttgart Securities GmbH is the issuer of, among others, the ETC Euwax Gold II.
Boerse Stuttgart Securities GmbH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart GmbH.
Nordic Growth Market NGM AB
The second largest stock exchange in Sweden, Nordic Growth Market NGM AB (NGM) is a 100% subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart GmbH. NGM enables the listing and trading of shares on the NGM Equity Market in Sweden. With Nordic SME, NGM also maintains a multilateral trading venue for shares of young growth companies. Trading in securitized derivatives on the Nordic Derivatives Exchange (NDX) is possible in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark.
In 2017, Boerse Stuttgart GmbH acquired BX Swiss AG, which operates an exchange focused on the needs of Swiss investors and issuers. BX Swiss is subject to the Financial Market Infrastructure Act and is supervised by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA. BX Swiss's offering includes the asset classes equities, exchange-traded products, structured products and bonds.
DEBTVISION is an independent and neutral digital platform for a new way of corporate financing. DEBTVISION GmbH was founded in 2018 as a joint subsidiary of Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) and Boerse Stuttgart GmbH, which holds a 20 percent stake in the company.