Cboe Global Markets

Release Notes

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,

Effective Friday 23rd April 2021, in line with changes announced by the UK FCA on Large In Scale thresholds for EU securities traded on UK venues, Cboe UK LIS (LISX) will permit executions in EU securities in compliance with the UK FITRS Large In Scale values. Currently, both Cboe UK (LISX) and Cboe NL (LISZ) venues apply the same, higher LIS threshold for EU securities to incoming Indications of Interest (IOIs) as previously announced.

From the above mentioned effective date, LISX will apply the LIS threshold applicable under the UK regulatory regime sourced from FCA FITRS. These differing LIS thresholds mean that Participants will be able to enter IOIs in EU securities and trade on LISX with a notional value which is potentially lower than that of the LISZ venue.

Reference Data

Effective Friday 23rd April 2021, Participants should consume the Cboe UK "CXE" reference data file when determining the applicable LIS value for EU securities traded on LISX. Participants trading in LISZ should continue to consume the Cboe NL "DXE" reference data file.

Reference data files for CXE and DXE are available here.

Routing Logic

Participants that are Direct Brokers and have access to LISX and LISZ for EU securities are recommended to continue routing to LISZ in the first instance (where the IOI is > EU LIS), and then route to LISX for any IOIs that fall below the EU LIS levels, but are greater than the UK LIS thresholds.

Manual Users via BIDS Trader

Users interacting via the BIDS Trader application or other manual interfaces will have the option to opt-in or opt-out in order to be included or excluded from trading at UK LIS levels. If Users do choose to opt in to this new functionality, then the remaining quantity that falls below the LISZ LIS value will move to LISX, rather than being cancelled back. In addition, Users have the ability to set minimum quantity levels on their IOIs to control the size of executions. Please get in touch with your designated Cboe LIS Sales representative to discuss this further.

Market Data

Please note there will be no changes to the dissemination of market data.

Testing

The changes described above are now available in the Cboe LIS test (Certification) environment. Please contact Trade Desk for any help with testing.

Production

The changes will come into effect in Production on Friday 23rd April, 2021.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Further to the previous notice announcing regulatory changes to RTS 24 natural persons impacting client, execution decision maker and investment decision maker identifier registrations for UK Nationals, Cboe Europe (Cboe) would like to inform Participants of the following enhancement to the Identifier Management process. Effective Friday 16th April 2021, Participants will be able to maintain a separate RTS 24 Identifier Management registration for each Cboe venue; Cboe UK vs Cboe NL. Cboe will also perform new venue specific validation at the point of registering identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints.

Participants are encouraged to review and correct their RTS 24 registrations through the new RTS 24 Identifier Management app or API endpoints at the earliest convenience.

Migration Timeline

Date

CERT or PROD

Functionality

Action Required

Additional Notes

Monday 22 March 2021

CERT

New Identifier Management app and API endpoints available per UK and NL venue

The new Identifier Management web app replaces the existing web app within the Cboe Participant Portal

Participants should ensure their processes switch to maintain identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints. Participants should stop using the existing API endpoints to prevent data being overwritten.

Participants should test their registration uploads meet the newly introduced validation rules prior to the upcoming Production release

Cboe Participant Portal users with the 'MiFID II Short Code Registration' privilege will automatically be given access to the new Identifier Management app and API. If you require access to the tool you should contact your firm's Account Admin who will provide this.

Friday 16 April 2021

PROD

New Identifier Management app and API endpoints available per UK and NL venue

The new Identifier Management web app replaces the existing web app within the Cboe Participant Portal

Participants should ensure their processes switch to maintain identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints. Participants should stop using the existing API endpoints to prevent data being overwritten.

Cboe Participant Portal users with the 'MiFID II Short Code Registration' privilege will automatically be given access to the new Identifier Management app and API. If you require access to the tool you should contact your firm's Account Admin who will provide this.

Monday 03 May 2021

CERT

Existing Identifier Management API endpoints are sunset

Friday 07 May 2021

PROD

Existing Identifier Management API endpoints are sunset

Key Migration Points

* This is a mandatory migration for all Participants currently using the Identifier Management app or API endpoints, who are required to migrate to a new venue specific Identifier Management app and new API endpoints. In addition it is mandatory for all Participants to ensure any long codes in use are of the correct type and format for each venue with long code validations in line with Annex II of the Annex to RTS22.
* The new Identifier Management app and new API endpoints will include additional validation for UK and EU venues that may result in rejected registration rows if they fail the new validation described in the 'Validation at Registration' section below and in full within the new Identifier Management Specification.
* The new Identifier Management app will replace the existing app in Production effective Friday 16th April. It will then no longer be possible to use the existing app.
* The new Identifier Management API endpoints will be available in Production effective Friday 16th April. The existing Identifier Management API endpoints will be available in parallel alongside the new endpoints until the existing are sunset in Production on Friday 7th May. Registrations through the existing API endpoints will be duplicated to the UK and EU venues until the existing API endpoints are sunset. Participants who use both the Identifier Management app and API endpoints should ensure they migrate to the new API endpoints as soon as released, since registrations through the existing API endpoints are duplicated to the UK and EU venues.
* The new Identifier Management web app URLs and API endpoints are documented in the new Identifier Management Specification.
* Cboe Participant Portal users with the Identifier Management privilege will receive weekly reports of non-compliant Identifier Management registrations that have been actively used during the last week. The reports will require a review and correction at the earliest convenience.

Validation at Registration

The new Identifier Management app and API endpoints introduce a series of validation rules for the supplied long codes. Validation errors will result in an error message in the Message column described below and can result in either:

* the row not being processed correctly, in which case there will be 'N' in the Processed column
* or a warning associated with the uploaded long code that does not prevent it from being processed, in which case there will be 'Y' in the Processed column

Message

Type

Applicable To

Description

Action Required

Contains invalid characters

Error

Algos

The ID contains invalid characters

The ESMA specification for an alphanumeric pattern only allows uppercase letters and digits. All other characters (including whitespace) are invalid. Remove these other characters from your identifiers.

Unknown LEI

Error

Entity

The LEI is not recognised as a current (or expired LEI)

Confirm LEI is valid

Does not start with a valid country code

Error

Natural Person

A natural person identifier should always start with a valid ISO two letter country code

Upload a valid identifier starting with a valid country code

CONCAT is not allowed at any priority for this country

Error

Natural Person

CONCAT is not allowed for some countries

Upload a valid non-CONCAT identifier

Identifier is not CONCAT, but first priority identifier for this country is CONCAT

Error

Natural Person

For some countries, CONCAT is the first priority identifier

In this case a CONCAT identifier needs to be uploaded. As it is always possible to create a CONCAT identifier, no other form of identifier is valid for these countries.

Does not match any valid identifier for country code GB

Error

Natural Person

The identifier supplied for the trader does not match a valid scheme (including CONCAT)

Provide a valid identifier for this trader based on the venue they are trading on (see next two errors for more details)

Passport number supplied for a UK trader on the UK venue

Error

Natural Person

UK traders on the UK venue need to be identified by NI number (unless they don't have one)

Provide the NI number as the identifier for this trader on the UK venue or use CONCAT if the trader does not have an NI number

National Insurance number supplied for a UK trader on the NL venue

Error

Natural Person

UK traders on the NL venue need to be identified by Passport number (unless they don't have one)

Provide the passport number as the identifier for his trader on the NL venue or use CONCAT if the trader does not have an NI number

Identifier is CONCAT but CONCAT is not first priority identifier for this country

Warn

Natural Person

CONCAT should only be used as a fall back if the person does not have a higher priority identifier (unless CONCAT is the first priority identifier for that country)

Upload a higher priority identifier. Cboe will review the use of CONCAT identifiers periodically and may require confirmation that the person referenced in the short code does not have a higher priority identifier. Eg they have no NI Number or Passport number (for UK nationals).

Does not match valid scheme for country

Warn

Natural Person

The identifier provided does not match a scheme that Cboe validation considers valid

Review the identifier and upload a corrected identifier. If you still consider the identifier to be valid, raise with Cboe along with a source or reference to show that it is valid. Cboe will periodically review invalid identifiers. Common mistakes:

* National Identifiers for Finnish nationals need to include the century mark (one of +,-,A)

On top of the above validation rules a file size limit of 3MB applies to every registration upload

Participants are encouraged to utilise Cboe's Certification platform to confirm uploads through the new Identifier Management app or API endpoints are processed correctly prior to promoting these changes to Production.

If you have any questions then please contact the Trade Desk, Participant Services or your Account Manager.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at https://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Participants,

Effective Monday 3rd May 2021, as part of Cboe Europe Equities' (Cboe) planned Certification (UAT) platform maintenance, any FIX and BOE Order Entry ports not connected to in the 6 months preceding 3rd May 2021, will be deemed dormant and will be deleted. This applies to BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS UAT environments.
In future, this will be repeated periodically so that Order Entry ports which have been dormant for at least 6 months, will be deleted.

Participants are advised to review their current UAT Order Entry ports via https://certification.batstrading.co.uk/account/ports/ and connect to the ports that they do not want to be removed.

If a user is unable to access the above URL, please contact your firm's Account Admin for the Cboe Participant portal or Cboe Trade Desk.

All current and historical Cboe Europe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Further to the previous notice announcing regulatory changes to RTS 24 natural persons impacting client, execution decision maker and investment decision maker identifier registrations for UK Nationals, Cboe Europe (Cboe) would like to inform Participants of the following enhancement to the Identifier Management process. Effective Friday 16th April 2021, Participants will be able to maintain a separate RTS 24 Identifier Management registration for each Cboe venue; Cboe UK vs Cboe NL. Cboe will also perform new venue specific validation at the point of registering identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints.

Participants are encouraged to review and correct their RTS 24 registrations through the new RTS 24 Identifier Management app or API endpoints at the earliest convenience.

Migration Timeline

Date

CERT or PROD

Functionality

Action Required

Additional Notes

Monday 22 March 2021

CERT

New Identifier Management app and API endpoints available per UK and NL venue

The new Identifier Management web app replaces the existing web app within the Cboe Participant Portal

Participants should ensure their processes switch to maintain identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints. Participants should stop using the existing API endpoints to prevent data being overwritten.

Participants should test their registration uploads meet the newly introduced validation rules prior to the upcoming Production release

Cboe Participant Portal users with the 'MiFID II Short Code Registration' privilege will automatically be given access to the new Identifier Management app and API. If you require access to the tool you should contact your firm's Account Admin who will provide this.

Friday 16 April 2021

PROD

New Identifier Management app and API endpoints available per UK and NL venue

The new Identifier Management web app replaces the existing web app within the Cboe Participant Portal

Participants should ensure their processes switch to maintain identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints. Participants should stop using the existing API endpoints to prevent data being overwritten.

Cboe Participant Portal users with the 'MiFID II Short Code Registration' privilege will automatically be given access to the new Identifier Management app and API. If you require access to the tool you should contact your firm's Account Admin who will provide this.

Monday 03 May 2021

CERT

Existing Identifier Management API endpoints are sunset

Friday 07 May 2021

PROD

Existing Identifier Management API endpoints are sunset

Key Migration Points

* This is a mandatory migration for all Participants currently using the Identifier Management app or API endpoints, who are required to migrate to a new venue specific Identifier Management app and new API endpoints. In addition it is mandatory for all Participants to ensure any long codes in use are of the correct type and format for each venue with long code validations in line with Annex II of the Annex to RTS22.
* The new Identifier Management app and new API endpoints will include additional validation for UK and EU venues that may result in rejected registration rows if they fail the new validation described in the 'Validation at Registration' section below and in full within the new Identifier Management Specification.
* The new Identifier Management app will replace the existing app in Production effective Friday 16th April. It will then no longer be possible to use the existing app.
* The new Identifier Management API endpoints will be available in Production effective Friday 16th April. The existing Identifier Management API endpoints will be available in parallel alongside the new endpoints until the existing are sunset in Production on Friday 7th May. Registrations through the existing API endpoints will be duplicated to the UK and EU venues until the existing API endpoints are sunset. Participants who use both the Identifier Management app and API endpoints should ensure they migrate to the new API endpoints as soon as released, since registrations through the existing API endpoints are duplicated to the UK and EU venues.
* The new Identifier Management web app URLs and API endpoints are documented in the new Identifier Management Specification.
* Cboe Participant Portal users with the Identifier Management privilege will receive weekly reports of non-compliant Identifier Management registrations that have been actively used during the last week. The reports will require a review and correction at the earliest convenience.

Validation at Registration

The new Identifier Management app and API endpoints introduce a series of validation rules for the supplied long codes. Validation errors will result in an error message in the Message column described below and can result in either:

* the row not being processed correctly, in which case there will be 'N' in the Processed column
* or a warning associated with the uploaded long code that does not prevent it from being processed, in which case there will be 'Y' in the Processed column

Message

Type

Applicable To

Description

Action Required

Contains invalid characters

Error

Algos

The ID contains invalid characters

The ESMA specification for an alphanumeric pattern only allows uppercase letters and digits. All other characters (including whitespace) are invalid. Remove these other characters from your identifiers.

Unknown LEI

Error

Entity

The LEI is not recognised as a current (or expired LEI)

Confirm LEI is valid

Does not start with a valid country code

Error

Natural Person

A natural person identifier should always start with a valid ISO two letter country code

Upload a valid identifier starting with a valid country code

CONCAT is not allowed at any priority for this country

Error

Natural Person

CONCAT is not allowed for some countries

Upload a valid non-CONCAT identifier

Identifier is not CONCAT, but first priority identifier for this country is CONCAT

Error

Natural Person

For some countries, CONCAT is the first priority identifier

In this case a CONCAT identifier needs to be uploaded. As it is always possible to create a CONCAT identifier, no other form of identifier is valid for these countries.

Does not match any valid identifier for country code GB

Error

Natural Person

The identifier supplied for the trader does not match a valid scheme (including CONCAT)

Provide a valid identifier for this trader based on the venue they are trading on (see next two errors for more details)

Passport number supplied for a UK trader on the UK venue

Error

Natural Person

UK traders on the UK venue need to be identified by NI number (unless they don't have one)

Provide the NI number as the identifier for this trader on the UK venue or use CONCAT if the trader does not have an NI number

National Insurance number supplied for a UK trader on the NL venue

Error

Natural Person

UK traders on the NL venue need to be identified by Passport number (unless they don't have one)

Provide the passport number as the identifier for his trader on the NL venue or use CONCAT if the trader does not have an NI number

Identifier is CONCAT but CONCAT is not first priority identifier for this country

Warn

Natural Person

CONCAT should only be used as a fall back if the person does not have a higher priority identifier (unless CONCAT is the first priority identifier for that country)

Upload a higher priority identifier. Cboe will review the use of CONCAT identifiers periodically and may require confirmation that the person referenced in the short code does not have a higher priority identifier. Eg they have no NI Number or Passport number (for UK nationals).

Does not match valid scheme for country

Warn

Natural Person

The identifier provided does not match a scheme that Cboe validation considers valid

Review the identifier and upload a corrected identifier. If you still consider the identifier to be valid, raise with Cboe along with a source or reference to show that it is valid. Cboe will periodically review invalid identifiers. Common mistakes:

* National Identifiers for Finnish nationals need to include the century mark (one of +,-,A)

On top of the above validation rules a file size limit of 3MB applies to every registration upload

Participants are encouraged to utilise Cboe's Certification platform to confirm uploads through the new Identifier Management app or API endpoints are processed correctly prior to promoting these changes to Production.

If you have any questions then please contact the Trade Desk, Participant Services or your Account Manager.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at https://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,

Effective Friday 23rd April 2021, in line with changes announced by the UK FCA on Large In Scale thresholds for EU securities traded on UK venues, Cboe UK LIS (LISX) will permit executions in EU securities in compliance with the UK FITRS Large In Scale values. Currently, both Cboe UK (LISX) and Cboe NL (LISZ) venues apply the same, higher LIS threshold for EU securities to incoming Indications of Interest (IOIs) as previously announced.

From the above mentioned effective date, LISX will apply the LIS threshold applicable under the UK regulatory regime sourced from FCA FITRS. These differing LIS thresholds mean that Participants will be able to enter IOIs in EU securities and trade on LISX with a notional value which is potentially lower than that of the LISZ venue.

Reference Data

Effective Friday 23rd April 2021, Participants should consume the Cboe UK "CXE" reference data file when determining the applicable LIS value for EU securities traded on LISX. Participants trading in LISZ should continue to consume the Cboe NL "DXE" reference data file.

Reference data files for CXE and DXE are available here.

Routing Logic

Participants that are Direct Brokers and have access to LISX and LISZ for EU securities are recommended to continue routing to LISZ in the first instance (where the IOI is > EU LIS), and then route to LISX for any IOIs that fall below the EU LIS levels, but are greater than the UK LIS thresholds.

Manual Users via BIDS Trader

Users interacting via the BIDS Trader application or other manual interfaces will have the option to opt-in or opt-out in order to be included or excluded from trading at UK LIS levels. If Users do choose to opt in to this new functionality, then the remaining quantity that falls below the LISZ LIS value will move to LISX, rather than being cancelled back. In addition, Users have the ability to set minimum quantity levels on their IOIs to control the size of executions. Please get in touch with your designated Cboe LIS Sales representative to discuss this further.

Market Data

Please note there will be no changes to the dissemination of market data.

Testing

The changes described above are now available in the Cboe LIS test (Certification) environment. Please contact Trade Desk for any help with testing.

Production

The changes will come into effect in Production on Friday 23rd April, 2021.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Dear Cboe NL Participants,

Cboe NL (Cboe) would like to inform Participants about Trading Price list changes, effective Thursday 1st April 2021.

The revised 2021 Trading Price List is available in the Cboe NL document library and for download at the link below:

https://cdn.cboe.com/resources/participant_resources/CboeNL_TradingPricing_Effective.pdf

Key point to note:

* DXE Lit Order Book - Reduction of tiering notional value thresholds to reflect the post Brexit liquidity landscape.

Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions at [email protected]. All current and historical Cboe NL fee notices are available at https://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/fee_schedule/.

Thank you for your continued support.

Trade Desk

Cboe Europe Equities

T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)

E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Following the ESMA and FCA publications of results of the annual transparency calculations for equity and equity-like instruments, please be advised that all relevant changes will be applied to Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) instruments with effect from start of day Thursday 1st April 2021.

The Production symbol files will be available from 22:00 UK time on Wednesday 31st March, 2021. Participants are strongly advised to download the most up to date data from 07:00 UK time on Thursday 1st April, 2021 in order to ensure that any late updates are not missed.

File access between 22:00 and midnight on Wednesday 31st March

Access to the Production symbol files between the hours of 22:00 and midnight UK time on 31st March will be available using the dated links e.g. the CXE file will be available at the following URL: https://www.batstrading.co.uk/cxe/market_data/symbol_listing/csv/?selectedDate=2021-04-01. Please replace "cxe" with the environment file you require. After midnight the usual production symbol reference file links can be used.

Certification (UAT) Testing:

These updates will be made available in the certification symbol reference files for the UAT environments effective Wednesday 24th March, 2021.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Following the ESMA and FCA publications of results of the annual transparency calculations for equity and equity-like instruments, please be advised that all relevant changes will be applied to Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) instruments with effect from start of day Thursday 1st April 2021.

The Production symbol files will be available from 22:00 UK time on Wednesday 31st March, 2021. Participants are strongly advised to download the most up to date data from 07:00 UK time on Thursday 1st April, 2021 in order to ensure that any late updates are not missed.

File access between 22:00 and midnight on Wednesday 31st March

Access to the Production symbol files between the hours of 22:00 and midnight UK time on 31st March will be available using the dated links e.g. the CXE file will be available at the following URL: https://www.batstrading.co.uk/cxe/market_data/symbol_listing/csv/?selectedDate=2021-04-01. Please replace "cxe" with the environment file you require. After midnight the usual production symbol reference file links can be used.

Certification (UAT) Testing:

These updates will be made available in the certification symbol reference files for the UAT environments effective Thursday 25th March, 2021.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,

Please take note of the following changes to Irish securities traded on the Cboe NL and Cboe UK venues.

Irish Market

The below listed securities using the XDUB MIC code will be settled at Euroclear Bank (MGTCBEBE) by your Central Counterparty (CCP) / Clearing Member, effective trade date Monday 15th March 2021.

The XDUB securities not listed below will not migrate on the effective date and will remain settled at Euroclear UK & Ireland (EUI) until the end of June 2021. Those securities will be identified in the Cboe Reference Data Files with EUI (CRSTGB22) as the Central Securities Depository ("CSD").

XDUB Securities Moving Settlement to Euroclear Bank*:

Name

Company Name

ISIN

Market

Currency

Current CSD

Future CSD

GL9i

Glanbia PLC

IE0000669501

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

CRGi

CRH PLC

IE0001827041

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

EG7i

FBD Holdings PLC

IE0003290289

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

KRZi

Kerry Group PLC

IE0004906560

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

KRXi

Kingspan Group PLC

IE0004927939

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

T7Oi

Total Produce PLC

IE00B1HDWM43

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

SK3i

Smurfit Kappa Group PLC

IE00B1RR8406

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

OIZi

Origin Enterprises PLC

IE00B1WV4493

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

BIRGi

Bank of Ireland Group PLC

IE00BD1RP616

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

GVRi

Glenveagh Properties PLC

IE00BD6JX574

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

KMRi

Kenmare Resources PLC

IE00BDC5DG00

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

A5Gi

AIB Group PLC

IE00BF0L3536

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

GRPi

Greencoat Renewables PLC

IE00BF2NR112

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

HBRNi

Hibernia REIT plc

IE00BGHQ1986

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

IRESi

Irish Residential Properties REIT PLC

IE00BJ34P519

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

UPRi

Uniphar PLC

IE00BJ5FQX74

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

DHGi

Dalata Hotel Group PLC

IE00BJMZDW83

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

IR5Bi

Irish Continental Group PLC

IE00BLP58571

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

MLCi

Malin Corp PLC

IE00BVGC3741

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

IL0Ai

Permanent TSB Group Holdings PLC

IE00BWB8X525

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

FLTRi

Flutter Entertainment PLC

IE00BWT6H894

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

C5Hi

Cairn Homes PLC

IE00BWY4ZF18

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

RY4Ci

Ryanair Holdings PLC

IE00BYTBXV33

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

*This list may be updated in future notices as Cboe become aware of additional securities migrating to Euroclear Bank.

UK Market - Irish Securities

Effective Monday 15th March 2021, Irish securities which are traded on Cboe UK under the "XLON" listing market MIC code will continue to be settled in EUI, but will settle as Crest Depository Interest ("CDI").

Clearing Authority

To ensure continued access to XDUB securities on Cboe NL and Cboe UK, Participants will be required to have a clearing authority for Euroclear Bank settlement. Please speak to your CCP / General Clearing Member to update this paperwork where required.

Cboe Reference Data

Participants can identify the settlement location of securities traded on Cboe NL and Cboe UK by using the Cboe Reference Data Files for each market. The CSD settlement location is captured in the "csd" column of these files.

Testing

These changes are now available in Cboe test (Certification) environments. The updated CSD values are available in the Certification Reference Data Files.

All current and historical Cboe Europe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/schedule_update/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,

Please take note of the following changes to Irish securities traded on the Cboe NL and Cboe UK venues.

Irish Market

The below listed securities using the XDUB MIC code will be settled at Euroclear Bank (MGTCBEBE) by your Central Counterparty (CCP) / Clearing Member, effective trade date Monday 15th March 2021.

The XDUB securities not listed below will not migrate on the effective date and will remain settled at Euroclear UK & Ireland (EUI) until the end of June 2021. Those securities will be identified in the Cboe Reference Data Files with EUI (CRSTGB22) as the Central Securities Depository ("CSD").

XDUB Securities Moving Settlement to Euroclear Bank*:

Name

Company Name

ISIN

Market

Currency

Current CSD

Future CSD

GL9i

Glanbia PLC

IE0000669501

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

CRGi

CRH PLC

IE0001827041

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

EG7i

FBD Holdings PLC

IE0003290289

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

KRZi

Kerry Group PLC

IE0004906560

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

KRXi

Kingspan Group PLC

IE0004927939

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

T7Oi

Total Produce PLC

IE00B1HDWM43

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

SK3i

Smurfit Kappa Group PLC

IE00B1RR8406

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

OIZi

Origin Enterprises PLC

IE00B1WV4493

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

BIRGi

Bank of Ireland Group PLC

IE00BD1RP616

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

GVRi

Glenveagh Properties PLC

IE00BD6JX574

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

KMRi

Kenmare Resources PLC

IE00BDC5DG00

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

A5Gi

AIB Group PLC

IE00BF0L3536

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

GRPi

Greencoat Renewables PLC

IE00BF2NR112

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

HBRNi

Hibernia REIT plc

IE00BGHQ1986

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

IRESi

Irish Residential Properties REIT PLC

IE00BJ34P519

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

UPRi

Uniphar PLC

IE00BJ5FQX74

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

DHGi

Dalata Hotel Group PLC

IE00BJMZDW83

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

IR5Bi

Irish Continental Group PLC

IE00BLP58571

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

MLCi

Malin Corp PLC

IE00BVGC3741

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

IL0Ai

Permanent TSB Group Holdings PLC

IE00BWB8X525

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

FLTRi

Flutter Entertainment PLC

IE00BWT6H894

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

C5Hi

Cairn Homes PLC

IE00BWY4ZF18

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

RY4Ci

Ryanair Holdings PLC

IE00BYTBXV33

XDUB

EUR

CRSTGB22XXX

MGTCBEBE

*This list may be updated in future notices as Cboe become aware of additional securities migrating to Euroclear Bank.

UK Market - Irish Securities

Effective Monday 15th March 2021, Irish securities which are traded on Cboe UK under the "XLON" listing market MIC code will continue to be settled in EUI, but will settle as Crest Depository Interest ("CDI").

Clearing Authority

To ensure continued access to XDUB securities on Cboe NL and Cboe UK, Participants will be required to have a clearing authority for Euroclear Bank settlement. Please speak to your CCP / General Clearing Member to update this paperwork where required.

Cboe Reference Data

Participants can identify the settlement location of securities traded on Cboe NL and Cboe UK by using the Cboe Reference Data Files for each market. The CSD settlement location is captured in the "csd" column of these files.

Testing

These changes are now available in Cboe test (Certification) environments. The updated CSD values are available in the Certification Reference Data Files.

All current and historical Cboe Europe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/schedule_update/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Further to the previous notice announcing regulatory changes to RTS 24 natural persons impacting client, execution decision maker and investment decision maker identifier registrations for UK Nationals, Cboe Europe (Cboe) would like to inform Participants of the following enhancement to the Identifier Management process. Effective Friday 16th April 2021, Participants will be able to maintain a separate RTS 24 Identifier Management registration for each Cboe venue; Cboe UK vs Cboe NL. Cboe will also perform new venue specific validation at the point of registering identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints.

Participants are encouraged to review and correct their RTS 24 registrations through the new RTS 24 Identifier Management app or API endpoints at the earliest convenience.

Migration Timeline

Date

CERT or PROD

Functionality

Action Required

Additional Notes

Monday 22 March 2021

CERT

New Identifier Management app and API endpoints available per UK and NL venue

The new Identifier Management web app replaces the existing web app within the Cboe Participant Portal

Participants should ensure their processes switch to maintain identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints. Participants should stop using the existing API endpoints to prevent data being overwritten.

Participants should test their registration uploads meet the newly introduced validation rules prior to the upcoming Production release

Cboe Participant Portal users with the 'MiFID II Short Code Registration' privilege will automatically be given access to the new Identifier Management app and API. If you require access to the tool you should contact your firm's Account Admin who will provide this.

Friday 16 April 2021

PROD

New Identifier Management app and API endpoints available per UK and NL venue

The new Identifier Management web app replaces the existing web app within the Cboe Participant Portal

Participants should ensure their processes switch to maintain identifiers through the new Identifier Management app and API endpoints. Participants should stop using the existing API endpoints to prevent data being overwritten.

Cboe Participant Portal users with the 'MiFID II Short Code Registration' privilege will automatically be given access to the new Identifier Management app and API. If you require access to the tool you should contact your firm's Account Admin who will provide this.

Monday 03 May 2021

CERT

Existing Identifier Management API endpoints are sunset

Friday 07 May 2021

PROD

Existing Identifier Management API endpoints are sunset

Key Migration Points

* This is a mandatory migration for all Participants currently using the Identifier Management app or API endpoints, who are required to migrate to a new venue specific Identifier Management app and new API endpoints. In addition it is mandatory for all Participants to ensure any long codes in use are of the correct type and format for each venue with long code validations in line with Annex II of the Annex to RTS22.
* The new Identifier Management app and new API endpoints will include additional validation for UK and EU venues that may result in rejected registration rows if they fail the new validation described in the 'Validation at Registration' section below and in full within the new Identifier Management Specification.
* The new Identifier Management app will replace the existing app in Production effective Friday 16th April. It will then no longer be possible to use the existing app.
* The new Identifier Management API endpoints will be available in Production effective Friday 16th April. The existing Identifier Management API endpoints will be available in parallel alongside the new endpoints until the existing are sunset in Production on Friday 7th May. Registrations through the existing API endpoints will be duplicated to the UK and EU venues until the existing API endpoints are sunset. Participants who use both the Identifier Management app and API endpoints should ensure they migrate to the new API endpoints as soon as released, since registrations through the existing API endpoints are duplicated to the UK and EU venues.
* The new Identifier Management web app URLs and API endpoints are documented in the new Identifier Management Specification.
* Cboe Participant Portal users with the Identifier Management privilege will receive weekly reports of non-compliant Identifier Management registrations that have been actively used during the last week. The reports will require a review and correction at the earliest convenience.

Validation at Registration

The new Identifier Management app and API endpoints introduce a series of validation rules for the supplied long codes. Validation errors will result in an error message in the Message column described below and can result in either:

* the row not being processed correctly, in which case there will be 'N' in the Processed column
* or a warning associated with the uploaded long code that does not prevent it from being processed, in which case there will be 'Y' in the Processed column

Message

Type

Applicable To

Description

Action Required

Contains invalid characters

Error

Algos

The ID contains invalid characters

The ESMA specification for an alphanumeric pattern only allows uppercase letters and digits. All other characters (including whitespace) are invalid. Remove these other characters from your identifiers.

Unknown LEI

Error

Entity

The LEI is not recognised as a current (or expired LEI)

Confirm LEI is valid

Does not start with a valid country code

Error

Natural Person

A natural person identifier should always start with a valid ISO two letter country code

Upload a valid identifier starting with a valid country code

CONCAT is not allowed at any priority for this country

Error

Natural Person

CONCAT is not allowed for some countries

Upload a valid non-CONCAT identifier

Identifier is not CONCAT, but first priority identifier for this country is CONCAT

Error

Natural Person

For some countries, CONCAT is the first priority identifier

In this case a CONCAT identifier needs to be uploaded. As it is always possible to create a CONCAT identifier, no other form of identifier is valid for these countries.

Does not match any valid identifier for country code GB

Error

Natural Person

The identifier supplied for the trader does not match a valid scheme (including CONCAT)

Provide a valid identifier for this trader based on the venue they are trading on (see next two errors for more details)

Passport number supplied for a UK trader on the UK venue

Error

Natural Person

UK traders on the UK venue need to be identified by NI number (unless they don't have one)

Provide the NI number as the identifier for this trader on the UK venue or use CONCAT if the trader does not have an NI number

National Insurance number supplied for a UK trader on the NL venue

Error

Natural Person

UK traders on the NL venue need to be identified by Passport number (unless they don't have one)

Provide the passport number as the identifier for his trader on the NL venue or use CONCAT if the trader does not have an NI number

Identifier is CONCAT but CONCAT is not first priority identifier for this country

Warn

Natural Person

CONCAT should only be used as a fall back if the person does not have a higher priority identifier (unless CONCAT is the first priority identifier for that country)

Upload a higher priority identifier. Cboe will review the use of CONCAT identifiers periodically and may require confirmation that the person referenced in the short code does not have a higher priority identifier. Eg they have no NI Number or Passport number (for UK nationals).

Does not match valid scheme for country

Warn

Natural Person

The identifier provided does not match a scheme that Cboe validation considers valid

Review the identifier and upload a corrected identifier. If you still consider the identifier to be valid, raise with Cboe along with a source or reference to show that it is valid. Cboe will periodically review invalid identifiers. Common mistakes:

* National Identifiers for Finnish nationals need to include the century mark (one of +,-,A)

* On top of the above validation rules a file size limit of 3MB applies to every registration upload

Participants are encouraged to utilise Cboe's Certification platform to confirm uploads through the new Identifier Management app or API endpoints are processed correctly prior to promoting these changes to Production.

If you have any questions then please contact the Trade Desk, Participant Services or your Account Manager.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at https://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe UK Participants,

Further to the previous notice announcing the re-admission to trading of Swiss Registered Shares, Cboe UK (Cboe) is pleased to announce that Swiss (Zurich) listed securities will be re-admitted to Cboe UK for trading, effective Thursday 4th February, 2021. Please find attached the list of symbols which will be re-admitted for trading to Cboe UK.

Availability of Zurich listed securities

Re-admitted Zurich listed securities will be available to trade on the following services:

* BXE Lit, Dark and Periodic order books, Cboe Closing Cross (3C) and ETRs
* CXE Lit, Dark order books and ETRs
* Cboe UK LIS (LISX)
Pricing

* Re-admitted Zurich listed securities will be included into all existing BXE and CXE trading tariffs
* As an additional benefit, Blue Chip Zurich listed securities will be included into the Additional Liquidity Provider Scheme (A-LPS) on the CXE Lit Order Book
* Liquidity Providers are reminded to register for Zurich listed securities as required
* The updated Trading Price list detailing the A-LPS is available for download here Trading Price List

Clearing

* Participants should ensure they have valid clearing permissions for Zurich listed securities on Cboe UK for trading. Participants should contact our Participant Services team to confirm or speak to their nominated clearer to send Cboe an updated confirmation (SoA).

For further details please contact your Account Manager. All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.
Thanks for your continued support.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Dear Cboe UK Participants,

Further to the previous notice announcing the re-admission to trading of Swiss Registered Shares, Cboe UK (Cboe) would like to inform you that this will not become effective on the previously communicated date of Wednesday 3rd February, 2021. Instead, this will become effective from the start of the first full trading day after the Swiss Authorities have completed their statutory activities to:

* Notify venues previously captured by the Ordinance on the Recognition of Foreign Trading Venues that they no longer are, and
* Add venues to the list of Recognised Foreign Trading venues

Cboe will review the status of this daily and send a further Trade Desk notice to confirm once the date of re-admission is known. Please find attached the list of symbols which will be re-admitted for trading to Cboe UK.

For further details please contact your Account Manager. All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.
Thanks for your continued support.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Dear Cboe UK Participants,

Cboe UK (Cboe) is pleased to announce that Swiss (Zurich) listed securities are expected to be re-admitted to Cboe UK for trading, subject to regulatory approval, effective Wednesday 3rd February, 2021.

Availability of Zurich listed securities

Re-admitted Zurich listed securities will be available to trade on the following services:

* BXE Lit, Dark and Periodic order books, Cboe Closing Cross (3C) and ETRs
* CXE Lit, Dark order books and ETRs
* Cboe UK LIS (LISX)
Pricing

* Re-admitted Zurich listed securities will be included into all existing BXE and CXE trading tariffs
* As an additional benefit, Blue Chip Zurich listed securities will be included into the Additional Liquidity Provider Scheme (A-LPS) on the CXE Lit Order Book
* Liquidity Providers are reminded to register for Zurich listed securities as required
* The updated Trading Price list detailing the A-LPS is available for download here Trading Price List

Clearing

* Participants should ensure they have valid clearing permissions for Zurich listed securities on Cboe UK for trading. Participants should contact our Participant Services team to confirm or speak to their nominated clearer to send Cboe an updated confirmation (SoA).

Testing and Production Availability

* The BXE and CXE UAT environments can be used for testing from tomorrow (Tuesday 26th January, 2021)
* The BXE and CXE Certification UAT Reference Data Files have been updated effective tomorrow to include the CXE Lit A-LPS qualifying minimum "setter_size" for eligible Blue Chip Zurich listed securities
* The symbols will be available in Production including the CXE Lit A-LPS "setter_size" value in the Production Reference Data Files, effective Wednesday 3rd February, 2021.

For further details please contact your Account Manager. All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.
Thanks for your continued support.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,

Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) would like to inform Participants trading EU symbols on both the Cboe UK (LISX) and Cboe NL (LISZ) venues, that they ensure they are referencing the correct LIS 'lis_local' value, as the values in this column differs between the UK (CXE) and NL (DXE) venue.
* The CXE Reference Data file contains LIS 'lis_local' values which will be lower for trading EU symbols as these values have now been sourced from FCA FITRS
* The DXE Reference Data file contains LIS 'lis_local' values which will be higher for trading EU symbols as these values remain sourced from ESMA FITRS

Trading on both the UK LIS (LISX) and NL LIS (LISZ) for EU symbols will only be supported using the higher LIS 'lis_local' value in the DXE Reference Data file. IOIs (Indications of Interest) sent with lower values will be rejected.

Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Cboe Europe (Cboe) would like to inform participants that all of its systems are operating normally, following the end of the Brexit transition period on 31st December 2020.

This includes the BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF (APA) and SIS environments, including the Trade Reporting GUI.

As expected, we have seen a shift in liquidity in EEA-listed symbols from Cboe UK to Cboe NL from the start of trading today (Monday 4th January 2021).

To confirm, all of the following services are available on DXE:

* DXE Lit Order Book - including Additional Liquidity Provider Scheme (A-LPS)
* DXE Dark Order Book
* DXE Periodic Auctions Book
* DXE Cboe Closing Cross (3C)
* Cboe LIS

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions or refer to our Brexit Microsite.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at https://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.