Book Publication: "Von der Traditionsbörse zum digitalen Marktplatz"
Floto-Degener, Hanna (Hg.) / Rudolph, Bernd (Hg.) / Gehlen, Boris / Franke, Günter / Clapham, Benjamin / Gomber, Peter
For decades, the German stock exchange landscape has been the scene of profound changes, structural disruptions and innovative adaptations of trading models. In the course of these, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange has developed into a leading international platform for securities trading as part of a highly efficient service company: Deutsche Börse AG.
In this wide-ranging historical study of the development of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the authors, renowned experts in their field, show the challenges the exchange had to overcome - from the interwar period to the new beginning after 1945 to the tumultuous capital market development since the 1980s and the start of the digital 21st century. Boris Gehlen, Bernd Rudolph, Günter Franke, Benjamin Clapham, and Peter Gomber address the significance of the political and regulatory environment of the financial markets, national and international competition, and technological developments for structural change and business policy. In this way, they provide a view that is both comprehensive and differentiated, and also covers the role and significance of the stock exchange today.
The book is available via several channels:
Steiner Verlag (e-Book and print): https://www.steiner-verlag.de/Von-der-Traditionsboerse-zum-digitalen-Marktplatz/9783515130776
Amazon (print version): https://www.amazon.de/