Cboe to operate Amsterdam venue post-Brexit

Current Cboe Europe chief legal officer Adam Eades will be president of new entity

Amsterdam opening: from April 1, EEA-listed symbols will be traded on Cboe's new venue

Cboe Europe has received authorisation from the Dutch Ministry of Finance to operate a subsidiary in the Netherlands – the latest financial institution to set up shop in a second European Union member state ahead of the UK’s scheduled exit on March 29.

The new Amsterdam-based entity, Cboe Europe BV, has been cleared to operate a regulated market, a multilateral trading facility and an approved publication arrangement from April 1.

Adam Eades, who is currently chief legal and regulatory officer

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