Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE): LUX
CSE Markets began operations in 2003 to provide a modern and efficient alternative for companies looking to access the Canadian public capital markets. It was recognized by the Ontario Securities Commission as a stock exchange in 2004.
Designed to meet the needs of emerging companies and their investors, it has grown continuously and now lists more than 200 equities, government bonds and structured products.
In September 2007, CNSX Markets launched the Pure Trading facility as the first continuous auction market to trade, but not list, securities listed on other Canadian stock exchanges. Pure Trading introduced a high capacity, low latency trading environment combined with an attractive fee structure that enabled the Canadian trading community to use advanced trading technologies to their full advantage, while delivering cost savings enhancing the competitiveness of the Canadian markets.
Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE): NGO
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world's third-largest (behind only the Nasdaq Stock Market and the New York Stock Exchange) organized exchange-trading market in terms of turnover and dealings in securities.
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Issued & Outstanding: 71.694.014
Reserved for Issuance: 13.661.507
Thin Float: No
There are currently no restrictions on the transfer of securities.
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