What’s next for the exchanges?

Derivatives exchanges are wrestling with consolidation, new products and technology. John Ferry asks Rudolf Ferscha, chief executive of Eurex, Hugh Freedberg, chief executive of Euronext.Liffe and Nickolas Neubauer, chairman of the CBOT, to peer into the future


What major trends do you see in the exchange-traded financial derivatives markets over the next five years? How do you intend to take advantage of them?

Ferscha: There are two bigger trends in the foreground. One is the increasing sophistication and maturation of the risk management industry, starting from the wholesale user insurance company to the arbitrage desks to the very retail end. Individual investors have become much better educated about risk management and this industry

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