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Latest Bell Ceremonies
Groenstate Asset Management
06/07/2019 - 11:05AM CEST | Amsterdam61786a9e-2bb6-49cd-be7e-0998e6f8fb9e10058
Groenstate Asset Management sounds the gong
Groenstate Asset Management celebrates its 20-year Jubilee. In honor of this Erno Franke opens the trading day.
The asset manager located in Hengelo was established in 1999 and manages assets of individuals, families, foundations & associations. Groenstate started in 1999 with the idea of customer interest first. That means, among other things, not wanting to earn anything from products and sales. The relationship must pay for the management and personal attention of his or her own permanent advisor.
For more information: groenstate.nl
Salesforce – 20 years
05/07/2019 - 11:05AM CEST | Amsterdam9ceb7b6f-8753-4cc5-81e6-d43cb2c2a19210056
Salesforce – 20 years
Salesforce is celebrating its 20th anniversary - To celebrate, initiators Eva Heffernan and Tom Keuleneer open the trading day.
On March 8, 1999, Marc Benioff, Parker Harris, Frank Dominguez, and Dave Moellenhoff started the Salesforce journey. They would build a company based on three ideas: pioneering a new technology model in the cloud; a subscription business model; and an integrated philanthropy model.
Twenty years later, Salesforce’s 36,000 employees are democratizing cloud, mobile, social, IoT, and AI technologies for companies of every size and industry.
For more information: salesforce.comAmsterdam 05/07/2019 - 11:05AM CEST
04/07/2019 - 11:05AM CEST | Amsterdam2628055d-3fe5-42da-80d4-085aaa09093710057
Kendu opens the trading day
Kendu is the newest app from ABN AMRO (for both customers and non-customers) and was launched at the beginning of April 2019. To celebrate the launch and first successes Jeroen de Beest will open the trading day, together with the rest of team Kendu.
Kendu makes accessible asset management possible from €50. The app guides and informs its users to work on their financial ambitions. The Kendu app is an initiative of ABN AMRO. ABN AMRO serves customers within the retail, private banking, and corporate banking.
For more information: abnamro.nlKendu Amsterdam 04/07/2019 - 11:05AM CEST
Your event at Beursplein 5
The iconic building at the financial heart of the Netherlands is available to host your event. We have the perfect solution for many different types of occasion including:
workshops, AGMs, private dinners, product launches, press events and much more.
Filming and photography @Beursplein
Our building at Beursplein 5 is protected by copyright. We permit the use of images of Beursplein 5 only under certain conditions. Requests to film or photograph our premises at Beursplein 5 must be made in advance. You can submit a request via the link below.
Private investors cannot trade directly with the Exchange.
You require a bank, broker or private wealth manager to execute your order on the Euronext trading platform. Our broker list provides you with an overview of accredited intermediaries.
The Euronext Amsterdam Officiële Prijscourant (OPC) is published every trading day and carries price information for Euronext Amsterdam financial instruments. It is produced in three pdf files:
- Listed/traded securities
- Local indices
Euronext Amsterdam is governed by the Act on Financial Supervision of 28 September 2006. Operation of a regulated market in the Netherlands is subject to prior licence. This licence is granted to Euronext by the Dutch Minister of Finance. The AFM (Autoriteit Financiële Markten) and the Dutch National Bank act as the regulatory authority for members of Euronext Amsterdam.
Monitors the primary and secondary markets
Ensures compliance with market rules
Monitors clearing and settlement operations.
Dutch market financial supervision is carried out by:
‘De Nederlandsche Bank’ (DNB), which supervises financial institutions and the financial sector;
The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM), which supervises the conduct of the financial markets.
A single Euronext Rule Book governs trading on all Euronext Securities and Derivatives Markets. It contains both harmonised and non-harmonised, or local, rules.
The harmonised rules are as follows:
Rule Book I contains the Harmonised Rules, including rules of conduct and of enforcement, designed to protect the markets, as well as rules on listing, trading and membership;
Notices regarding the organisation of Trading
Notices regarding the organisation of Members
Notices regarding the organisation of Issuers
The non-harmonised rules are as follows:
Rule Book II and Notices applicable to Euronext Amsterdam, the regulated market operated by Euronext Amsterdam NV
The Dutch East India Company (VOC): the start of global share trading in 1602
Amsterdam-based property broker and merchant Abraham van Ketwich founded the first investment fund in the world and called it ‘Eendragt Maakt Magt’ (‘unity makes strength’).
Opening trading by ringing a bell or gong is an old custom. From as early as 1592 the exchange clerk sounded a bell to open the exchange. Anyone who was late was fined.
The EOE index, now called the AEX-Index, was introduced in 1983 and contained only the most important shares: the first blue chip index in Europe.
The first options exchange in Europe, the European Options Exchange, started in the Beurs van Berlage on 4 April 4 1978.
The cradle of trading
The Amsterdam stock exchange has been a trusted institution in the Netherlands and abroad for centuries. As early as 1602 merchants here traded ‘shares’ of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), the first company ever to go to public. Soon after the ‘initial public offering’, a thriving trade grew up, and Amsterdam developed itself as the cradle of global share trading. Learn more about the rich history of the Amsterdam Exchange using the link below.beursgeschiedenis.nl