The Vienna Stock Exchange, known as the Wiener Börse in German, is the primary securities exchange in Austria and plays a crucial role in the country's financial market. Established in 1771, it has a long history and serves as an important institution within Austria's capital market ecosystem.
The Vienna Stock Exchange operates as a regulated marketplace where investors can trade a wide range of financial instruments, including stocks, bonds, investment funds, derivatives, 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.
The exchange operates under the supervision of the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) and adheres to strict regulations and disclosure requirements.
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