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Montreal Exchange



In 1863, a board of brokers that later called itself the Montreal Stock Exchange (MSE) was formed in Montreal to informally trade some of these bonds and stocks. In 1874, when the MSE received a charter from the Quebec government, Canadas first stock exchange officially began to operate.

The Montreal Exchange is Canadas oldest exchange and continues to be the leader in derivative products. The Montreal Exchange offers individual and institutional investors, both in Canada and abroad, a wide range of risk management products for protecting their investments and ensuring growth. The Montreal Exchange is fully electronic and its services include: trading, training, market information, market operations and regulations as well as information technology solutions.

The Montreal Exchange, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation ("CDCC"), provides central counterparty clearing services for Montreal Exchange listed products. The Montreal Exchange is also a significant shareholder of the Boston Options Exchange (BOX), a US automated equity options exchange whose technical operations are ensured by the Montreal Exchange. For more information, please visit www.m-x.ca.

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