Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE) has informed that it has successfully completed the transfer of the primary listing of its common stock to Cboe on Monday.
Cboe delisted and transferred from Nasdaq Global Select Market (Nasdaq) Friday after the market close and listed solely on Cboe under its existing ticker symbol “CBOE.” Cboe shares previously were dually listed on both Cboe and Nasdaq.
The transfer of our listing to our own market represents another major milestone in Cboe’s history,” said Ed Tilly, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cboe Global Markets. “Cboe is a leading equities markets operator with a growing listings business, and while we have chosen to focus on exchange-traded products, our listing venue is a natural home for our corporate listing. We couldn’t be more proud to be Cboe listed.
Cboe operates a listing venue for exchange-traded products (ETPs), with 268 U.S. ETPs listed from 53 issuers, as of August 31, 2018. Monday marked the first corporate listing to transfer to Cboe. The move is significant for Cboe’s stock listing, but trading of its shares will continue to be available on multiple equity exchanges.