Euronext’s newest office is located in the Marquis Building, Rue du Marquis 1, in Brussels, next to the historic Central Station. Its new location represents a bid by Euronext to further its key role in financing Belgium’s real economy, according to a Euronext statement.
According to Vincent Van Dessel, CEO of Euronext Brussels, in a recent statement on the new office, “We are delighted to open our new office in Brussels in the presence of the Minister of Finance. His presence today confirms the importance of the Brussels stock exchange in the financing of the Belgian economy. Our move from the historical exchange building was a logical step in our evolution as all financial transactions now happen electronically.”
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“Our new office is modern and functional and has been designed to facilitate contacts and collaboration between our teams. It remains ideally located in the centre of Brussels, close to the Belgian business community,” he added.
Last week, Euronext made headlines after signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) to augment the development of Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) in both the Republic of China and Euronext’s markets.