Werner Seifert

Werner Seifert (born 4 July 1949)[1] is a Swiss businessman and the former Chief Executive of the German Stock Exchange.

Career

German Stock Exchange

He formed the Eurex Exchange in 1998; the UK equivalent is LIFFE (London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange). He formed the Xetra (trading system). He tried to merge the German Stock Exchange with the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in 2000, and to take it over in 2005.

Personal life

He is a musician and plays the piano. He likes British sports cars.

See also

  • Clara Furse, former Chief Executive of the London Stock Exchange from 2001-09

References

External links

Business positions
Preceded by
Chief Executive of the German Stock Exchange
1993 - 2005
Succeeded by

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