Borsa Italiana is the main securities exchange in Italy, operating as a key component of the country's financial market. Established in 1808, it has a long history and plays a vital role in facilitating capital market activities in Italy.
Borsa Italiana operates as a regulated marketplace where investors can trade a wide range of financial instruments, including stocks, bonds, ETFs, warrants, and other securities. The exchange provides a platform for companies to list their shares and raise capital from public investors, while offering investment opportunities for individuals, institutions, and funds.
Transparency, integrity, and investor protection are core principles of Borsa Italiana. The exchange operates under the supervision of the Italian Securities and Exchange Commission (CONSOB) and adheres to strict regulations. Listed companies are required to meet disclosure requirements, ensuring transparency and providing investors with relevant and timely information.
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