Operating Entities

About Qontigo

Qontigo is a financial intelligence innovator and a leader in the modernization of investment management, from risk to return.

Created in 2020 through the combination of STOXX, DAX and Axioma, Qontigo is part of Deutsche Börse Group, headquartered in Eschborn with key locations in New York, Zug and London.

The combination of the company’s world-class indices and best-of-breed analytics, with its technological expertise and customer-driven innovation enables its clients to achieve competitive advantage in a rapidly changing marketplace.

Qontigo’s global client base includes the world’s largest financial products issuers, capital owners and asset managers.

About Axioma Inc.

Founded in 1998, Axioma quickly emerged as a recognized innovator and focused on flexibility. Existing portfolio-management tools often forced investors to adapt their processes and strategies to the idiosyncrasies of the solution itself. Axioma emphasized solutions that users tailored to their own investment and risk-management processes, thus empowering them to fully implement their proprietary strategies and ideas.

In 2019, Axioma agreed to be acquired by Deutsche Börse was combined with its index businesses (STOXX® and DAX®) to create a new growth company – Qontigo.

About STOXX Ltd.

Qontigo’s index provider STOXX is part of Deutsche Börse Group, and the administrator of the DAX indices under the European Benchmark Regulation.

STOXX Ltd. is Qontigo’s global index provider, currently calculating a global, comprehensive index family of over 10,000 strictly rules-based and transparent indices. Best known for the leading European equity indices EURO STOXX 50, STOXX Europe 50 and STOXX Europe 600, STOXX Ltd. maintains and calculates the STOXX Global index family which consists of total market, broad and blue-chip indices for the regions Americas, Europe, Asia/Pacific and sub-regions Latin America and BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) as well as global markets.

STOXX indices are licensed to more than 600 companies around the world as underlyings for Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), futures and options, structured products and passively managed investment funds.