Cboe Global Markets has received regulatory approval for its Amsterdam offices from the Dutch Authority for Financial Markets (AFM), permitting it to continue servicing its EU27 clients following Brexit.
The European firm will now be authorized to operate a regulated marketplace, multilateral trading facility and an Approved Publication Arrangement. The new entities will function as Dutch-based subsidiaries under Cboe Europe BV.
Cboe will continue to operate its existing exchange and
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