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Borsa Italiana  
The Borsa Italiana S.p. A., based in Milan, is Italy's main stock exchange. It was privatised in 1997, and was acquired by the London Stock Exchange in October 2007. In 2005 the companies listed on the Borsa were worth US$ 890 billion.

EuroTLX - TLX  
TLX S.p.A. organises and manages markets for the trading of financial instruments aimed at the investment needs of non-professional investors. The company, created in 2002 and in operation since 1 January 2003, manages the TLX® Regulated Market and the EuroTLX® Multilateral Trading Facilities (MTF).

Italian Derivatives Market (IDEM)  
one of the most popular stock exchange in italy.

TLX S.p.A. has been participating right from the start of the MiFID process in all national and European consultations (e.g. CESR), providing a precious contribution in those regulatory areas closely linked to the services offered by the company.