SIX Group

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SIX Group
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Founded 2008
Headquarters Zurich, Switzerland
Products Infrastructure Services Provider

SIX Group, the parent company of SIX Swiss Exchange, provides infrastructure services to national and international participants of the Swiss financial center. The company's fields of business include securities trading, securities services, financial information and payment transactions.

SIX Group was formed at the beginning of 2008 through the merger of SWX Group, SIS Group and Telekurs Group.

It is jointly owned by around 160 domestic and foreign shareholders who are also users of the infrastructure.[1]

In December of 2012 SIX Group agreed to acquire 100 percent of of Oslo Clearing from Oslo Børs for NOK 180 million (approximately $32 million).[2]


SWX Group, Telekurs Group and SIS Group joined forces to form Swiss Financial Market Services, which began to operate under the brand SIX Group in 2008. In 2010 SIX Group launched Terravis, the first electronic real estate information system covering the whole of Switzerland. Working closely together with the business area Securities Services, Scoach, the exchange for structured products, launched gold (XAU) as a trading currency in 2011.[3]

In November 2019, SIX Group bid for the exchange in a €2.84 billion ($3.14 billion) all cash offer, making SIX the third largest exchange group in Europe. Euronext was also considering a bid for the Spanish stock market.[4][5]

Products and Services

SIX Group provides infrastructure services to national and international participants of the Swiss financial centre.

Its fields of business include:

  • Securities trading
  • Securities services
  • Financial information
  • Payment transactions

A globally operating infrastructure provider, the Six Group forms a critical aspect of the Swiss financial center.

Key People


  1. About Us. Six Group.
  2. SIX purchases Oslo Clearing ASA. SIX Group.
  3. History. Six Group.
  4. Madrid Stock Exchange Attracts Interest From European Rivals. Wall Street Journal.
  5. SIX Group and Euronext battle to acquire Spanish stock exchange BME. The Trade.