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Deutsche Börse CEO and Director Reto Francioni
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12 Ratings

    German type, friendly environment

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    Current Employee - Economic Analyst in London, England
    Current Employee - Economic Analyst in London, England

    I have been working at Deutsche Börse as an intern (less than a year)


    People are easy to approach with smile
    As an intern, my supervisors are patient to answer any questions
    It is easy to make friends, and you can learn a lot if you have a passion to learn


    Employees needed to be self initiated and the value of the work largely depends on how you interpret it.
    Sometimes the work you do may get boring.

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    I was interviewed by the group manager. He presented the company. Technologically, they use primarily MySQL, C/C++ and probably also some Java. On business side they develop trading system for majority of stock exchanges in Europe. They release once or twice per year. At this stage be prepared for questions like: "Where do you see yourself in 5 years".

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Headquarters Eschborn, Germany
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1990
Type Company - Public (DB1)
Industry Finance
Revenue £1 to £2 billion (GBP) per year

If Deutsche Börse's trading volume doesn't dominate European trading, maybe its trading technology will. The firm offers securities trading via the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the electronic Xetra platform, derivatives trading on the Eurex market, market information from the DAX indices, and global clearing services through subsidiary Clearstream. Frankfurt is Germany's largest stock exchange, and Eurex (which Deutsche Börse jointly operates with the SIX Swiss Exchange) is among the largest futures markets in the world. The company licenses Xetra, which boasts more than... More

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