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September 12 (SeeNews) - European exchanges have set up EuroCTP, a joint venture designed to provide a single, harmonized source of market data for all investors in the European Union, the Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) said on Tuesday.
The venture, which was set up on August 23, aims to tender as the European Union consolidated tape provider for equities, according to a press release by EuroCTP published by the Zagreb bourse.
In November 2021, the European Commission (EC), which acts as the competition enforcer in the 27-country bloc, adopted a package of measures to ensure that investors have better access to company and trading data, including the creation of a consolidated tape.
A true single market cannot exist without a more integrated view of EU trading, the EC said on its website. A consolidated tape will provide consolidated data on prices and volume of traded securities in the EU, thereby improving overall price transparency across trading venues. It will also improve competition between trading venues. Together with the European Single Access Point for company information (ESAP), it will give investors access to considerably improved information at a pan-European level.
The Netherlands-based joint venture participants operate in twenty-six EU member states. They are Athens Stock Exchange, Bucharest Stock Exchange, Budapest Stock Exchange, Bulgarian Stock Exchange, Deutsche Boerse Group, Euronext (incorporating Borsa Italiana, Euronext Amsterdam, Euronext Brussels, Euronext Dublin, Euronext Lisbon, Euronext Paris and Oslo Bors), Luxembourg Stock Exchange, Ljubljana Stock Exchange, Malta Stock Exchange, Nasdaq (incorporating Nasdaq Stockholm, Nasdaq Copenhagen, Nasdaq Helsinki, Nasdaq Iceland, Nasdaq Riga, Nasdaq Tallinn, and Nasdaq Vilnius, SIX Group, incorporating BME Exchange and Warsaw Stock Exchange, Wiener Borse, incorporating Prague Stock Exchange and ZSE.
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