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Independence and capital markets
Fireworks, but also tanks, fighter jets and a long tribute to the armed forces: Donald Trump celebrated the 4th of July, the American Independence Day, in his own, inimitable way. "The spirit of American Independence will never fade," he said. But does he know that his countrymen owe this independence to enterprising Amsterdam bankers?...
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Latest Bell Ceremonies
MKB Amsterdam - Van Keulen
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MKB Amsterdam - Van Keulen
Day of the Entrepreneur for sustainable distribution
René van Griensven, director of distribution company Van Keulen in Amsterdam Noord will open the trading with the gong Friday morning 15th of November. Van Keulen redistributes different goods over several trucks, in order to reduce truck freight in the city. Furthermore goods are loaded on ships, that will sail into the city center. The gong of this partner from MKB-Amsterdam will be executed in the context of the Day of the Entrepreneur.
Bart Drenth, chairman MKB-Amsterdam: ‘’This week MKB-Amsterdam wants to draw extra attention for sustainable and efficient city distribution. Van Keulen is a very good example and has won the MKB-Sustainable Price in 2012. Quite new is their transportation over water, this will be even more important in the future”.
Besides Van Keulen there are also other companies present that deal with new forms of city distribution and creating pick-up points for packages at different locations in the city. Drenth: ‘MKB-Amsterdam thinks that it’s outdated that everyone delivers their packages at home. It is bad for the environment and results in too much traffic in the city. Therefor pick-up points can play an important role.
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BlackRock celebrates launch of Europe’s first ESG High Yield bond UCITS ETFs
Stephen Cohen, Head of iShares EMEA, of BlackRock, opened the trading day at the Amsterdam Stock Exchange by ringing the opening bell.
With the opening of the stock exchange on Thursday 14 November, BlackRock celebrates the launch of Europe’s first ESG High Yield bond UCITS ETFs in collaboration with Dutch insurer a.s.r.
BlackRock has launched the iShares € High Yield Corp Bond ESG UCITS ETF and the iShares $ High Yield Corp Bond ESG UCITS ETF (TICKERS: DHYE NA, EHYA NA), to offer investors a larger toolbox to reflect their sustainability objectives, as a growing number of bond investors seek to integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations into their investments.
The two new funds will enable investors to achieve a more sustainable high yield exposure through debt issued by companies with the strongest commitment to ESG, while also screening out companies involved in controversial business activities. The ETFs have been seeded by Dutch insurer a.s.r. For additional information on BlackRock, please visit www.blackrock.comBlackRock Amsterdam 14/11/2019 - 9:15AM CET
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Oranje Handelsmissiefonds – Winners Oranje Handelsmissiefonds 2019
The winners of the Oranje Handelsmissiefonds (Orange Trade Mission Fund) open the Amsterdam exchange by sounding the gong.
The Oranje Handelsmissiefonds was established in 2013 by ING, KLM, evofenedex, MKB-Nederland and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency. Ten companies win a year of guidance and support from the Oranje Handelsmissiefonds partners in realizing their international ambitions.
For more information: https://www.oranjehandelsmissiefonds.nl/english/Oranje Handelsmissiefonds Amsterdam 13/11/2019 - 9:15AM CET
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The Euronext Amsterdam Officiële Prijscourant (OPC) is published every trading day and carries price information for Euronext Amsterdam financial instruments. It is produced in three pdf files:
- Listed/traded securities
- Local indices
Euronext Amsterdam is governed by the Act on Financial Supervision of 28 September 2006. Operation of a regulated market in the Netherlands is subject to prior licence. This licence is granted to Euronext by the Dutch Minister of Finance. The AFM (Autoriteit Financiële Markten) and the Dutch National Bank act as the regulatory authority for members of Euronext Amsterdam.
Monitors the primary and secondary markets
Ensures compliance with market rules
Monitors clearing and settlement operations.
Dutch market financial supervision is carried out by:
‘De Nederlandsche Bank’ (DNB), which supervises financial institutions and the financial sector;
The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM), which supervises the conduct of the financial markets.
A single Euronext Rule Book governs trading on all Euronext Securities and Derivatives Markets. It contains both harmonised and non-harmonised, or local, rules.
The harmonised rules are as follows:
Rule Book I contains the Harmonised Rules, including rules of conduct and of enforcement, designed to protect the markets, as well as rules on listing, trading and membership;
Notices regarding the organisation of Trading
Notices regarding the organisation of Members
Notices regarding the organisation of Issuers
The non-harmonised rules are as follows:
Rule Book II and Notices applicable to Euronext Amsterdam, the regulated market operated by Euronext Amsterdam NV
The Dutch East India Company (VOC): the start of global share trading in 1602
Amsterdam-based property broker and merchant Abraham van Ketwich founded the first investment fund in the world and called it ‘Eendragt Maakt Magt’ (‘unity makes strength’).
Opening trading by ringing a bell or gong is an old custom. From as early as 1592 the exchange clerk sounded a bell to open the exchange. Anyone who was late was fined.
The EOE index, now called the AEX-Index, was introduced in 1983 and contained only the most important shares: the first blue chip index in Europe.
The first options exchange in Europe, the European Options Exchange, started in the Beurs van Berlage on 4 April 4 1978.
The cradle of trading
The Amsterdam stock exchange has been a trusted institution in the Netherlands and abroad for centuries. As early as 1602 merchants here traded ‘shares’ of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), the first company ever to go to public. Soon after the ‘initial public offering’, a thriving trade grew up, and Amsterdam developed itself as the cradle of global share trading. Learn more about the rich history of the Amsterdam Exchange using the link below.beursgeschiedenis.nl