The Company Wiener Börse AG
Tasks & Business Operations
Founded in 1771, Wiener Börse AG, the company that operates the Vienna Stock Exchange, is one of the oldest stock exchanges in the world. Today, it is a modern, customer and market-oriented financial service company that plays a key role in the Austrian capital market. It is its driving force that contributes substantially to its further development.
The Vienna Stock Exchange operates the only securities exchange in Austria as well as the Energy Exchange Austria, EXAA, and the CEGH Gas Exchange of the Vienna Stock Exchange. It provides state-of-the-art infrastructure, market data and information to ensure the smooth and efficient execution of stock exchange transactions and facilitate the interaction among all market participants.
The core business of the exchange is the operation of a cash market (equity market, bond market), a futures market as well as a market for trading in structured products. Additional services include data vending, index development and management and specialized financial market seminars and training courses.
Focus on Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)
The Vienna Stock Exchange is the initiator and, just like the exchanges of Budapest, Ljubljana and Prague, a subsidiary of the CEE Stock Exchange Group (CEESEG), the largest exchange group in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Basis of our Sustainable Success: Values, Dialogue & CSR
The highly qualified and motivated employees of the Vienna Stock Exchange constitute the most important foundation for the attainment of its corporate goals, with its work being guided by the values of due care, transparency and trust. The Vienna Stock Exchange has entered into continuous dialogue with its stakeholders, and all its activities are oriented towards their needs.
The Vienna Stock Exchange resumes its corporate social responsibility. Its actively adopted CSR does not only include the company and its employees, but, moreover, it contributes to an ecologically, socially and economically sustainable development in Austria.