Borsa Italiana Hosts 9th Online Trading Expo

Hosted at Borsa Italiana headquaters
-   Event open to the public and professional traders

Borsa Italiana’s 9th Online Trading Expo will take place on 27-28 October 2011 between 9am-6.30pm. Hosted at Borsa Italiana’s headquarters in the Congress Centre and Services of Palazzo Mezzanotte in Milan, the event is dedicated to the world of online trading and investment.

The event is open to the public but dedicated to investors, both retail and professional, who want to deepen their knowledge of financial instruments and techniques of online trading. The two-day Expo hosts a number of educational meetings throughout, with Borsa Italiana seminars focusing specifically on four thematic areas; Equity Trading, Derivatives, ETFs and Bonds.

The Equity Trading seminar explores the theme of speed, control and making decision under pressure, including contributions from a former Formula 1driver and current traders. The Derivatives session concentrates on options and the use of derivatives to optimize portfolios with specific focus on the Buy Write technique. ETF Day will answer clients questions sent via the Borsa Italiana website and Bond Time will look at trends and strategies of the sector during the sovereign debt crisis.

To register for the free expo visit www.borsaitaliana.it/tol where a full list of participants and a detailed program of meetings is also available.

For further information, please contact:

Anna Mascioni   +39 02 72426.211
Media Relations
media.relations@borsaitaliana.it

Borsa Italiana

Borsa Italiana S.p.A.is one of Europe’s largest and most established stock exchanges with more than 330 companies listed across its markets. The Italian Exchange operates markets trading in Italian equities, bonds and derivatives. Markets include the MIV and STAR segments as well as IDEM, MOT, ETFPlus and AIM Italia and MAC for small cap companies. Since October 2007 Borsa Italiana has been part of the international diversified exchange business, London Stock Exchange Group.