The NEO Exchange has rebranded as Cboe Canada a year after the Chicago-based exchange company acquired the Canadian firm.
Cboe Global Markets Inc. completed its acquisition of Aequitas Innovations Inc., more commonly known as NEO, last year. On Monday, the Canadian exchange officially became known as Cboe Canada.
“Although our brand name has changed, our mission and vision remain constant, as Cboe and NEO share the same core values,” a statement from Cboe Global Markets said.
The company said it was “committed to bringing competition and an enhanced customer experience” with the support of its global listings, trading and market data capabilities.
Cboe Canada represents almost 15% of all volume traded in Canadian-listed securities, its website says, with more than 260 public listings that include public companies, ETFs and Canadian depositary receipts.
Cboe also acquired Canadian alternative trading system MATCHNow in 2020.