Euronext's Price of Independence

Euronext will soon find itself up against an exchange powerhouse and has established an M&A war chest to bolster its options.

Amsterdam-based Euronext is seeking to step up to London and Frankfurt.

Last year, I spoke to some of the largest European exchanges to find out what they had up their sleeves business- and tech-wise for the coming year, and my conversation with the Amsterdam-based group orbited around its newly minted strategy following the initial public offering that moved it from the ownership of Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) to independence.

ICE itself was heavily rumored to have made a counter-bid in an attempt to scupper the London StockExchange─Deutsche Börse deal but

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