SIX Structured Products Exchange Ltd

SIX Structured Products Exchange Ltd (formerly known as Scoach Switzerland Ltd) operates Switzerland’s only exchange for structured products. Following termination of the cooperation agreement with Deutsche Börse AG as of mid-2013, the Swiss Structured Products Exchange has been a wholly owned subsidiary of SIX Swiss Exchange Ltd.

The operator of the Swiss Structured Products Exchange has a new name and a new visual identity, but its overriding mission remains the same: quality as the product of experience, drive and foresight – a promise that Switzerland's original trading exchange guarantees for the future as well. With SIX behind it, SIX Structured Products Exchange Ltd can focus even more keenly on the special features of the Swiss market, the needs of market participants and make a valuable contribution to further developing the structured products sector. Since it was founded in 2007 the Swiss Structured Products Exchange has helped shape the market and set new standards. Together with the Swiss Structured Products Association (SSPA) it has sought to make structured products more transparent, serve as a source of information and create a basis of trust for market participants. It was honored for its efforts with a special prize at the Swiss Derivatives Award 2012.

SIX Structured Products Exchange Ltd is a recognized exchange under Swiss law and is directly regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA).

Trading on SIX Structured Products is very transparent, with active market control and a fully electronic trading system that is unmatched worldwide. Only products that have completed SIX Swiss Regulation's listing procedure and meet clearly defined requirements with regard to investor safety are traded on SIX Structured Products. Trading is subject to strict rules that mean transparent and fair dealings for all market participants. This regulated market ensures equal treatment of issuers and investors.

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