Deutsche Börse (German Exchange)

Exchange entity Deutsche Börse AG
Conducts business in Germany
Number of listed companies (dec./16, WFE) 592
Domestic market capitalization (in Millions USD, dec./16, WFE) 1,732,270
Has signed the SSE Commitment Letter? Yes
Has prepared SSE Communication to Stakeholders? Yes
Requires ESG reporting as a listing rule? No
Offers written guidance on ESG reporting? Yes;
Offers sustainability guidance or training for investors? No
Provides sustainability-related indices? Yes; Source
  • ÖkoDAX
  • DAXglobal Alternative Energy
  • DAXglobal Sarasin Sustainability Germany
  • STOXX ESG Leaders Index family
  • STOXX Sustainability Index family
  • Photovoltaik Global 30
  • Credit Suisse Global Alternative Energy
Offers green bonds listings? No
Additional Information
  • Sustainability Section on Website.
  • Corporate Responsibility reports found here
Organizational model of stock exchange
  • Listed company for profit; demutualized in 2000
Regulatory bodies
Regulatory model
  • Government Deutsche Börse AG is regulated by various bodies. The Trading Surveillance Office is an independent supervisory body that supervises and monitors the market. However, a great deal of authority falls upon the government. Both the Exchange Supervisory Authority and the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority are governmental regulatory bodies that monitor for proper conduct and cases of insider trading, fraud, price manipulation and violations of the Exchange Act.
About the stock exchange
  • Location: Frankfurt, Germany As one of the world’s leading exchange organisations 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. Source