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Deutsche Börse is a financial service company that provides investors, financial institutions, and companies access to global capital markets. The company's business covers the process from securities and derivatives trading, clearing, settlement, and custody, to market data and development, and operation of electronic trading systems.

TypePublic
Founded2001
HQEschborn, DE
Websitedeutsche-boerse.com
Employee Ratings4.3

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2019)6,145(+4%)
Job Openings161
Revenue (FY, 2015)€2.8 B(+16%)
Share Price (Sept 2020)€149.8
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Deutsche Börse

Theodor Weimer

Theodor Weimer

CEO
Eric Leupold

Eric Leupold

Executive Director
Christoph Böhm

Christoph Böhm

Chief Information Officer/Chief Operating Officer
Rebecca Qian Gong

Rebecca Qian Gong

Vice President
Monika Fuchs

Monika Fuchs

Vice President
Gregor Pottmeyer

Gregor Pottmeyer

CFO
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Deutsche Börse Office Locations

Deutsche Börse has offices in Eschborn, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, Brussel and in 2 other locations
Eschborn, DE (HQ)
61 Mergenthalerallee
Berlin, DE
Unter den Linden 38
Frankfurt am Main, DE
Börsenpl. 4
Frankfurt am Main, DE
Sandweg 94
Brussel, BE
De Meeûssquare 5
Milano, IT
21 Via Monte di Pietà
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Deutsche Börse Financials and Metrics

Deutsche Börse Revenue

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Deutsche Börse's revenue was reported to be €2.77 b in FY, 2015 which is a 15.9% increase from the previous period.
EUR

Revenue (FY, 2015)

2.8b

Revenue growth (FY, 2014 - FY, 2015), %

15.9%

Gross profit (FY, 2015)

2.3b

Gross profit margin (FY, 2015), %

84.5%

Net income (FY, 2015)

701.2m

EBIT (FY, 2015)

992.6m

Market capitalization (18-Sept-2020)

27.5b

Closing stock price (18-Sept-2020)

149.8

Cash (31-Dec-2015)

711.1m

EV

29.4b
Deutsche Börse's current market capitalization is €27.5 b.
EURFY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

2.4b2.8b

Revenue growth, %

16%

Cost of goods sold

360.7m429.6m

Gross profit

2.0b2.3b
EURY, 2014Y, 2015

Cash

826.1m711.1m

Total Assets

215.9b180.1b

Total Debt

1.4b2.5b

Total Liabilities

212.2b176.4b
EURFY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash From Operating Activities

677.3m10.1m
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Deutsche Börse Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
AxiomaApril 10, 2019$850 m
GTX ECNMay 30, 2018$100 m

Deutsche Börse Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

83/100

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Deutsche Börse Revenue Breakdown

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Deutsche Börse revenue breakdown by business segment: 43.7% from Eurex, 7.6% from Xetra, 32.5% from Clearstream and 16.2% from Market Data + Services

Deutsche Börse Online and Social Media Presence

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Deutsche Börse News and Updates

Deutsche Börse acquires majority interest in Quantitative Brokers

Deutsche Börse is acquiring a majority interest in Quantitative Brokers, a buy-side supplier of execution algorithms and data-driven analytics for global futures, options and interest rate markets.

Deutsche Börse launches analytics platform

Deutsche Börse has launched the online analytics platform A7. It offers access to both Eurex and Xet...

Deutsche Boerse offices raided in German tax probe

Deutsche Boerse, the operator for Frankfurt’s stock exchange, has been searched as part of an investigation into a German tax [...] The post Deutsche Boerse offices raided in German tax probe appeared first on CityAM.

Deutsche Boerse searched in tax-fraud probe

Deutsche Boerse AG's (DB1.XE) premises have been searched as part of international tax-fraud investigations, the German company said Tuesday. "The searches are carried out as part of investigations against customers and employees," it said. The company said it is fully cooperating with authorities. …

Prosecutors raid Deutsche Boerse offices over share-trading scam

Public prosecutors on Tuesday raided offices of German exchange operator Deutsche Boerse as part of a broader investigation into a fraudulent share-trading scheme, Cologne public prosecutor's office said.

Deutsche Boerse no longer expects to buy Refinitiv forex assets

German exchange operator Deutsche Boerse said on Saturday it no longer expected to buy some foreign exchange assets from data provider Refinitiv after a rival bid for the whole of Refinitiv from the London Stock Exchange (LSE).
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Deutsche Börse Blogs

Michael Zollweg to leave Trading Surveillance Office after 20 years

Michael Zollweg, Head of the Trading Surveillance Office (TSO) of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Eurex Germany, will leave this public position at the end of 2019 at his own request.  Zollweg held this position for 20 years and leaves Deutsche Börse AG on the best of terms. The lawyer will continu…

New composition of STOXX Global ESG Leaders Index

Zug (September 18, 2019) – Qontigo’s global index provider STOXX Ltd. has announced the results of the annual review of the STOXX Global ESG Leaders Index. The STOXX Global ESG Leaders Index offers a representation of the leading global companies in terms of environmental, social and governance crit…

Deutsche Börse moves on with its cloud strategy

Deutsche Börse is successfully moving forward with the expansion of its cloud strategy. By signing a contract with Google Cloud, Deutsche Börse will have a further strong partner on board to provide its cloud services for migrating material workloads to public cloud, fully addressing regulatory requ…

Deutsche Börse launches new investment intelligence leader Qontigo

Deutsche Börse Group is expanding its portfolio with a newly created growth company, Qontigo – a financial intelligence innovator and leader in the modernisation of investment management, from risk to return. This step follows the successful closing of the Axioma acquisition, announced earlier this …

Inauguration day: Deutsche Börse opens new Cork office

Today, Deutsche Börse Group and its post-trade services provider Clearstream celebrated the official inauguration of their new office at Navigation Square in Cork, Ireland. The expansion shows that Cork has become a vital and successful hub for the investment funds operations and one of the major lo…

Unscheduled Adjustment in MDAX

On Wednesday, global index provider STOXX Ltd., part of Deutsche Börse Group, announced an unscheduled change to the MDAX index. Due to the takeover of Innogy SE by E.ON SE, the free-float of Innogy SE dropped below 10 percent. While Innogy SE met the free-float criteria at the cut-off date for the …
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Deutsche Börse Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Deutsche Börse founded?

    Deutsche Börse was founded in 2001.

  • Who are Deutsche Börse key executives?

    Deutsche Börse's key executives are Theodor Weimer, Eric Leupold and Christoph Böhm.

  • How many employees does Deutsche Börse have?

    Deutsche Börse has 6,145 employees.

  • What is Deutsche Börse revenue?

    Latest Deutsche Börse annual revenue is €2.8 b.

  • What is Deutsche Börse revenue per employee?

    Latest Deutsche Börse revenue per employee is €450.6 k.

  • Who are Deutsche Börse competitors?

    Competitors of Deutsche Börse include Fantex, Australian Securities Exchange and Funding Options.

  • Where is Deutsche Börse headquarters?

    Deutsche Börse headquarters is located at 61 Mergenthalerallee, Eschborn.

  • Where are Deutsche Börse offices?

    Deutsche Börse has offices in Eschborn, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, Brussel and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does Deutsche Börse have?

    Deutsche Börse has 9 offices.