CBOE, S&P DJ Indices Sign 20-Year Licensing Extension

The deal retains the CBOE floor's exclusive listing of the S&P 500 index options

CBOE Holdings and S&P Dow Jones Indexes have extended until 2032 the exclusive licensing agreement that allows the Chicago Board Options Exchange to list options on indexes calculated and published by the S&P-DJ index business, including CBOE's S&P 500 index options, with non-exclusive rights extended until 2033.

The original deal was set to expire in 2022. Under the agreement, S&P-DJ continues to act as licensor for CBOE's index products, methodologies and data, including its VIX Volatility Index products.

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