Uneven growth in European listed markets

While listed markets are flourishing in some European markets such as Germany and Italy, thanks to low fees and favourable regulatory regimes, in other countries, multi-issuer platforms are beginning to gain a larger following and challenge the exchanges

Rupertus Rothenhäuser, Börse Stuttgart

The move towards listing structured products on exchange has proceeded at different speeds across Europe. The practice is now well established in Germany and Switzerland, for instance, while Italy and the UK are more recent adopters and have not seen the same results - Italian investors have embraced listed products but they remain a small section of the UK market. In both these countries, market participants say it is possible that listed products will continue to gain market share - though

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