Deutsche Börse seeks seat at tech leader table with SimCorp buy

With exchanges such as Cboe, Nasdaq, LSEG, and ICE leading the pack of exchanges that double as technology companies, the German exchange is playing catch up with its proposed offer for buy-side tech vendor SimCorp.

It’s hard to resist an underdog story. And Deutsche Börse, as the operator of one of the largest stock exchanges in the world, isn’t your typical example. But with its recent offer of $4.3 billion for Danish trading technology vendor SimCorp, the German exchange finds itself seeking a seat at a table already occupied by tech-forward exchanges such as Cboe Global Markets, Nasdaq, the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), and the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). But are there enough chairs? And is

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