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 19 full members, FESE represents close to 36 exchanges from 30 different countries within the EU, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.

Latest News

Position Papers

Position Paper on IFR/D Level II

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FESE fully supports the objective of policymakers to ensure robust and transparent financial markets, and well-capitalised…

Position Papers

Response to the ESMA Consultation on the Provisions of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR)

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FESE members are committed to ensuring the highest possible level of investor confidence and market integrity.…

Position Papers

“Wake-up call: Europe’s public capital markets” – FESE Manifesto

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Europe needs an ambitious Capital Markets Union (CMU). The FESE Manifesto is a call for action…

Position Papers

Response to the OECD Consultation on the Secretariat Proposal for a “Unified Approach” under Pillar One

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Financial Market Infrastructures (FMIs) such as Trading Venues, Central Counter Parties (CCPs), Central Securities Depositories (CSDs)…

Position Papers

Response to the EFRAG consultation on future projects for the European Lab

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In 2018, the European Corporate Reporting Lab was established by the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group…

Position Papers

Input of PRIIPs regulation on the corporate bond market

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Fostering retail investors’ participation in capital markets is a key objective of CMU, however, in some…

Events

CMU 2024 – Summary and photos

Summary, presentations and photos

European Small & Mid-Cap Awards