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Canada’s NEO Exchange becomes Cboe Canada

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Canadian exchange NEO has rebranded as Cboe Canada, writing that this is yet another milestone as they continue to integrate into the Cboe Global Markets network. 

The firm writes: “We are excited about this next step in our evolution and the opportunities ahead as we leverage a global team and network to provide our issuers with unrivalled support, expanded reach, and a renewed commitment to innovation and transparency in Canadian capital markets.

“Although our brand name has changed, our mission and vision remain constant, as Cboe and NEO share the same core values. With the support of Cboe’s global listings, trading and market data capabilities, we will become an even bolder exchange designed for and inspired by the industry to enable change for the better. We are committed to bringing competition and an enhanced customer experience that is unmatched in global capital markets – the Exchange for the World Stage.”

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