Deutsche Börse Group

September 2022


Dear reader,

In our last issue before the summer break, we talked about proximity in terms of the close exchange with our employees and stakeholders. In a recent LinkedIn blog, Martin Jetter, our Chairman of the Supervisory Board, elaborated on the fact that the latter are becoming increasingly important for companies – a development which does not necessarily run counter to so-called “shareholder value”. 

With proximity comes responsibility. We are all aware of our obligations towards those closest to us. In social structures and a globalised world, our sense of responsibility transcends our own closer circle of family and friends to include the broader context of community and environment. The same is true for companies. As corporate citizens, they are part of the society in which they operate and recruit employees.

Times of crisis create the opportunity to renew our awareness of the challenges facing society as a whole and our personal responsibility. Private individual, institution, or company – it is up to us all as a society to master challenges through joint efforts. At Deutsche Börse, we face up to this responsibility with full conviction.

Organising safe, stable, and transparent capital markets is our most important value contribution to society. As an employer of more than 10,000 colleagues globally, we regard their well-being as part of our responsibility. And with more than 60 company locations, we understand our role as members of global society to extend into each individual location. In tune with this conviction, we aim to “think global, act local” in our approach to social engagement.

The future will certainly test society’s sense of responsibility. Working together as part of a greater whole, we’ll succeed in whatever lies ahead.

I hope you enjoy reading this newest edition of our newsletter.

Kind regards,
Oliver Frischemeier
Head of Corporate Communications & Engagement

Coup de Coeur – the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Podcast

In the latest edition of our Coup de Coeur podcast, Anne-Marie Beckmann, Director of the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation, presents “Leonid Breschnew and Willy Brandt”, a work by German artist Barbara Klemm. Listen now to find out more about one of the most prominent chroniclers of recent German history.

Strategic partnership between Forge and Deutsche Börse


Together with its strategic partner Deutsche Börse, the US company Forge has announced the expansion of its global private market platform into Europe. The aim is to build a digital marketplace for private European growth companies and investors by mid-2023. Learn more about the market and the offering.

Clearstream Fund Summit – register now!


On 20 October 2022, Clearstream will host its 17th Fund Summit in Luxembourg, offering a unique opportunity to learn about the fund industry’s transformation and the latest developments and opportunities in the asset management industry.

Business news


Join us at Sibos in Amsterdam!


Clearstream will be present at Sibos from 10 to 13 October 2022. The largest event for the post-trade industry brings together decision makers and experts from financial institutions worldwide. Register now for our breakfast and lunch sessions offering insights into Clearstream’s latest innovations in the digital and data solutions space.

Deutsche Börse enters into cooperation with Santiago Exchange


Get access to one of the fastest growing economies in South America with real-time and delayed data of the Santiago Exchange indices as well as the Santiago Exchange spot market.

Chinese ESG Data now available in Deutsche Börse’s Data Shop


The data from the International Institute of Green Finance, China (IIGF) helps international investors to better understand the ESG activities of Chinese companies.

Follow us to the Impact Festival


From 5 to 6 October, Europe’s largest B2B event for sustainable solutions will take place in Offenbach. As participants, we look forward to being part of the process of building a community-based platform to address current and future challenges. You can find the conference programme and tickets on the official Impact Festival website.