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The European Climate Exchange (ECX) managed the product development and marketing for ECX Carbon Financial Instruments (ECX CFIs), listed and admitted for trading on the ICE Futures Europe electronic platform. For a time it was a subsidiary of the Chicago Climate Exchange but eventually became a sister company. Both companies were owned by Climate Exchange Plc a holding company listed on the London Stock Exchange's AIM market. While products are listed on the London Stock Exchange, the sales and marketing team was initially based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands under its first CEO, Peter Koster, before moving to London, UK in October 2007.

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  • Die European Climate Exchange (ECX) wurde 2005 in Amsterdam gegründet und ist zurzeit die weltweit größte Terminbörse für den Handel mit CO2-Zertifikaten. Das Unternehmen sowie seine Schwestergesellschaft befindet sich im Besitz der , einer Holding, die am AIM der London Stock Exchange (LSE) notiert ist. Das Unternehmen wird von Patrick Birley geleitet. Der von Al Gore und David Blood geleitete Investmentfonds GIM besitzt 2,98 % der Anteile an der , der amerikanischen Terminbörse für den Emissionsrechtehandel, und diese wiederum die Hälfte der European Climate Exchange.
  • The European Climate Exchange (ECX) managed the product development and marketing for ECX Carbon Financial Instruments (ECX CFIs), listed and admitted for trading on the ICE Futures Europe electronic platform. For a time it was a subsidiary of the Chicago Climate Exchange but eventually became a sister company. Both companies were owned by Climate Exchange Plc a holding company listed on the London Stock Exchange's AIM market. While products are listed on the London Stock Exchange, the sales and marketing team was initially based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands under its first CEO, Peter Koster, before moving to London, UK in October 2007.
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  • Die European Climate Exchange (ECX) wurde 2005 in Amsterdam gegründet und ist zurzeit die weltweit größte Terminbörse für den Handel mit CO2-Zertifikaten. Das Unternehmen sowie seine Schwestergesellschaft befindet sich im Besitz der , einer Holding, die am AIM der London Stock Exchange (LSE) notiert ist. Das Unternehmen wird von Patrick Birley geleitet. Der von Al Gore und David Blood geleitete Investmentfonds GIM besitzt 2,98 % der Anteile an der , der amerikanischen Terminbörse für den Emissionsrechtehandel, und diese wiederum die Hälfte der European Climate Exchange.
  • The European Climate Exchange (ECX) managed the product development and marketing for ECX Carbon Financial Instruments (ECX CFIs), listed and admitted for trading on the ICE Futures Europe electronic platform. For a time it was a subsidiary of the Chicago Climate Exchange but eventually became a sister company. Both companies were owned by Climate Exchange Plc a holding company listed on the London Stock Exchange's AIM market. While products are listed on the London Stock Exchange, the sales and marketing team was initially based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands under its first CEO, Peter Koster, before moving to London, UK in October 2007. ECX financial products, now fully owned by ICE Futures, provide the most liquid, pan-European platform for carbon emissions trading, with its futures contract based on the underlying EU Allowances (EUAs) and Certified Emissions Allowances (CERs) attracting over 80% of the exchange-traded volume in the European market. ECX contracts (EUA and CER Futures, options and spot contracts) are standardised exchange-traded products and all trades are cleared by ICE Clear Europe (LCH.Clearnet was the designated clearing house prior to November 2008). More than 100 leading businesses, including global companies such as Barclays, BP, Newedge, E.ON UK, Endesa, Fortis, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Shell have signed up for membership to trade ECX products. In addition, several hundred clients can access the market daily via banks and brokers in a process called 'order-routing' without having to be a member themselves. ECX was a member of the Climate Exchange Plc group of companies, founded by Richard Sandor. Other member companies include the Chicago Climate Exchange (“CCX”) and IFEX. Climate Exchange Plc is listed on AIM (Alternative Investment Market) on the London Stock Exchange, and was bought in April 2010 by Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). The last Chief Executive was , son of archaeologist Robin Birley.
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