About Moscow Exchange
The Moscow Exchange Group includes PJSC Moscow Exchange, which operates the only multifunctional exchange platform in Russia for trading stocks, bonds, derivatives, currencies, money market instruments and commodities. The Group also includes a central depository (NCO JSC “National Settlement Depository”), as well as a clearing center (NCO NCC (JSC)), which acts as a central counterparty in the markets, which allows the Moscow Exchange to provide clients with a full cycle of trading and post-trading services.
The Moscow Exchange was formed in December 2011 as a result of the merger of two main Russian exchange groups – the MICEX Group (founded in 1992) and the RTS Group (founded in 1995). The vertically integrated structure that emerged as a result of the merger, which provides the ability to trade in all major categories of assets, was renamed the Moscow Exchange. The Moscow Exchange conducted an initial public offering of its shares on February 15, 2013 on its own trading floor (trade code MOEX ).
The stock market of the Moscow Exchange trades in shares, federal loan bonds (OFZ), regional and corporate bonds, sovereign and corporate Eurobonds, depositary receipts, investment shares, mortgage participation certificates and exchange traded funds (ETFs). Shares are settled using the T + 2 technology (on the second day after the transaction is concluded)… Continue reading about Moscow Exchange here.