The Economics and Statistics Committee of FESE conducts ad-hoc studieson the most up-to-date topics in the industry. The most recent papers are:
European Exchange Report
FESE has created the European Exchange Report that represents a valuable source of integrated information about Europe’s diverse exchange industry. Each exchange’s financial and trading figures are summarised on a one page statement allowing for easy and transparent comparison of exchanges’ business models.
The information has been compiled based on the data gathered by the FESE Economics and Statistics Committee (ESC) in cooperation with the financial departments of every member exchange.
- European Exchange Report 2015
- European Exchange Report 2014
- European Exchange Report 2013
- European Exchange Report 2012
- European Exchange Report 2011
- European Exchange Report 2010
- European Exchange Report 2009
- European Exchange Report 2008
- European Exchange Report 2007
- European Exchange Report 2006
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
FESE's Economics and Statistics Committee has commissioned Euronext to prepare a report on European ETF, with input and comment from FESE member exchanges.
Share Ownership Survey
FESE's Economics and Statistics Committee has commissioned the Spanish Exchanges (BME) to prepare a report on Share Ownership Structure in Europe. First produced in 1993, this has subsequently been revised and up-dated with input and comment from FESE member exchanges. This study is no longer available. A similar report can be found on the Financial Services User Group website ('Who owns the European Economy?')
- Share Ownership Survey 2007
- Share Ownership Survey 2006
- Share Ownership Survey 2004
- Share Ownership Survey 2002
"Alternative" Markets / Segments in equity
FESE's Economics and Statistics Committee has prepared an analysis to provide clarification on the figures of the alternative markets/segments included in table 6 created by FESE member exchanges.
FESE's Economics and Statistics Committee has prepared an analysis to provide clarification on the figures of the Undertakings for the Collective Investment of Transferable Securities (UCITS) included in table 9 created by FESE member exchanges.According to the FESE Statistics Methodology, UCITS are collective funds managed by an investment trust company (a company established with the purpose of investing in other companies) or a management team.