Deutsche Boerse

As one of the world’s leading exchange organizations Deutsche Börse Group provides investors, financial institutions and companies access to global capital markets. Our business covers the entire process chain from securities and derivatives trading, clearing, settlement and custody, through to market data and the development and operation of electronic trading systems. Our reliable systems and our integrity as a neutral provider form the basis of our business philosophy. We operate to the most exacting standards to create products and services to meet the needs of international financial markets. As a listed company we work to create value for our customers and our shareholders.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Eschborn, DE
Founded
2001
Size (employees)
5,176 (est)+2%
Deutsche Boerse was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Eschborn, DE

Deutsche Boerse Office Locations

Deutsche Boerse has an office in Eschborn
Eschborn, DE (HQ)
61 Mergenthalerallee

Deutsche Boerse Data and Metrics

Deutsche Boerse Financial Metrics

Deutsche Boerse's revenue was reported to be €2.8 b in FY, 2015 which is a 16% increase from the previous period.
EUR

Revenue (FY, 2015)

2.8 b

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

16%

Gross profit (FY, 2015)

2.3 b

Gross profit margin (FY, 2015), %

84%

Net income (FY, 2015)

701.2 m

EBIT (FY, 2015)

992.6 m

Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

17.1 b

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

92.4

Cash (31-Dec-2015)

711.1 m

EV

18.9 b
Deutsche Boerse's current market capitalization is €17.1 b.
EURFY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

2.4 b2.8 b

Revenue growth, %

16%

Cost of goods sold

360.7 m429.6 m

Gross profit

2 b2.3 b

Gross profit Margin, %

85%84%

General and administrative expense

472.4 m640.7 m

Operating expense total

990 m1.2 b

Depreciation and amortization

124.8 m143.7 m

EBIT

1 b992.6 m

EBIT margin, %

42%36%

Interest expense

56.7 m63.6 m

Interest income

8.8 m21.2 m

Pre tax profit

963.4 m950.2 m

Income tax expense

173.5 m247.4 m

Net Income

788.5 m701.2 m
EURY, 2014Y, 2015

Cash

826.1 m711.1 m

Total Assets

215.9 b180.1 b

Total Debt

1.4 b2.5 b

Total Liabilities

212.2 b176.4 b
EURFY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash From Operating Activities

677.3 m10.1 m
Y, 2015

EV/EBIT

19.1 x

EV/CFO

1.9 k x

Deutsche Boerse Market Value History

Deutsche Boerse Revenue Breakdown

Traffic Overview of Deutsche Boerse

Deutsche Boerse Online and Social Media Presence

Deutsche Boerse News and Updates

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London's junior market Aims high despite all the Brexit brouhaha

The Alternative Investment Market (Aim) has improved over the last 12 months despite Brexit-related worries, according to a new report by accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young.  The number of companies joining the London Stock Exchange's junior market has risen five per cent in the last 12 months fro…
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