British bank Barclays holds 13% and US exchange group CBOE 12% of shares
British bank Barclays and US exchange
Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) have emerged as the
biggest shareholders in CurveGlobal after the London Stock
Exchange Group (LSEG), which is leading the initiative.
Curve Global's application to the
Registrar of Companies has revealed the division of A-shares
among the initiative's nine investors. Barclays Bank has, with
its 13% stake in the venture, the second largest chunk of
shares, closely followed by the CBOE Holdings, which holds 12%
of the shares.
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