News - Credit Suisse with second membership
As of today, Credit Suisse joins the Swiss exchange with a second membership. Gregor Braun, Head Sales Switzerland &
Europe, Securities & Exchanges, SIX: «We are happy that Credit Suisse AG has now joined us as the second
participant from Credit Suisse.» At present, 101 participants enjoy our outstanding order book quality for
Swiss securities as well as our technologically leading and highly reliable trading infrastructure.
Credit Suisse AG is the third new participant in
2018, following Gair Loch Enterprises and
XTX Markets Ltd.
Quality begins with an attractive range of services
To strengthen the attractiveness of trading on the Swiss exchange and of the Swiss financial market, SIX caters to the
needs of its clients with various initiatives. In 2018 alone, it introduced innovative
functionalities for order entry, pioneered technological
solutions like the launch of the first international
microwave-based trading network in Europe and provided
participants with an additional cost-efficient connectivity solution via its
Frankfurt Access Point.
Become a trading participant in 4 weeks' time
For new participants, we guarantee a simple and transparent «onboarding» procedure that under ideal
circumstances is completed within the space of four weeks. We support you competently and reliably during the entire
process. The Onboarding factsheet[pdf]
provides a compact overview of the connectivity process and all relevant milestones. Find out more in our
Participants factsheet[pdf] and on
Exchange Services: Get the best of both worlds
A strategic and organizational realignment of SIX has brought the Swiss Exchanges and Securities Services together.
This combines the dynamism of one of Europe's foremost exchanges with the stability and reliability of one of the
most respected post-trade service providers in the industry. The resulting Exchange Services portfolio is a powerful
single source for Swiss and international clients for listing, trading and post-trade solutions.
Find out more.
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