German exchange aims to hire top talent and expand into new markets and products
Deutsche Boerse, the German exchange giant
that owns Eurex, has unveiled an ambitious plan to attract top
talent from rivals and move aggressively into new markets and
asset classes, marking the first major reforms introduced by
new chief executive Carsten Kengeter.
The European exchange giant announced late
on Monday a new group-wide growth programme known as
Kengeter said: "We conducted a thorough
review of the strategy and organisational structure of the
entire group and all its divisions. Deutsche Boerse is on the
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