Frankfurt-based exchange group Deutsche Boerse reported full year net revenues of around €2.4 billion, a 16% increase from 2014, largely due to the derivatives and post-trade businesses.
Eurex, Europe’s largest derivatives exchange, reported net revenues of just over €1 billion in 2015, an increase of 27% and the largest of Deutsche Boerse’s business segments.
Xetra, its equities listing business, also saw double digit growth of 12%, with revenues of €184.8 million.
Meanwhile Clearstream, its custody and post-trade unit, saw a rise in net revenue of 7% to €746.4 million, and the Market Data and Services business increased revenues by 8% to €411 million.
“We are accelerating the Group’s growth momentum through numerous new initiatives. Our clear long-term vision is to turn Deutsche Börse into the market infrastructure provider of choice,” Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Börse, commented.