TRF Release Notes

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will hold a Saturday Brexit Production Dress Rehearsal on Saturday 5th December 2020 as part of Cboe's Brexit programme. The test day in production will allow Participants and vendors to simulate Brexit-like system behaviour in Production in advance of Monday 4th January 2020. The scope of the test day will include the Production (LD4) BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF (APA) and SIS environments including the Trade Reporting GUI. Cboe will not be performing any failover or redundancy testing on the day to allow Participants the day to test their systems thoroughly.

Participants should note the following:

* Participation - Cboe is not mandating participation on this test day as Cboe NL (DXE) and the NL APA (TRF) has been live for some time, however it is strongly recommended. The test day will allow Participants to ensure their systems are behaving as expected and ready for Production effective Monday 4th January, 2021 when the Brexit transition period will have ceased.
* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part on the day must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time of the Thursday 3rd December, 2020. No new port requests will be processed on the Friday before the Saturday test.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are configured not to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the Saturday test day, as all data from these days will be discarded as test data. Cancellation or Amendment of Trade Reports will not be allowed on these test dates. At the end of the test day Participants should clear down their applications to ensure any unwanted data from the weekend test is not retained in their live trading systems on the following Monday morning.
* Transaction Reporting Enforcement - As previously announced, Cboe is currently enforcing cross border trading in the Certification (UAT) environment. Additionally, effective Saturday 5th December, 2020 Cboe will enforce the Transaction Reporting solution configuration in place at the port order entry level. This enforcement will reflect the behaviour to be expected in the Production environment, effective Monday 4th January, 2021 when the Brexit transition period will have ceased. Please note that this change will be reverted at the end of the test day ready for trading on Monday 7th December, 2020.
* Clearing Permissions - Participants will need to ensure they have the required UK or NL venue clearing in place in advance of the test day. Firms without the required Clearing paperwork in place will have their order and trade flow rejected. Please contact the Participant Services team or your Account Manager should you have any questions.
* Orders & Trades on the day
* All symbols will be available for submission on the test day.
* A sustained low market data load will be simulated throughout the day allowing Participants and vendors to test their market data consumption capabilities.
* Simulated market data load will be distributed in the following symbols only: AABc, ADBm, AMSe, ASCo, AZNl, BASd, BORGs, EDFp, EGLu, ERBAGk, HOp, JEOl, LHAd, LLBNz, MTa, NOKIAh, OHLe, OTPt, PZUw, RY4Ci, SIPb, UKWl, VODl, ZAGv
* Pegged orders will not be supported on the day.
* Trades transacted on the day will not be submitted to CCPs for Clearing and Settlement.

Expected Schedule on the day:

Time (UK time)

Activity

06:30

Logical ports available for connectivity

07:00

NOC & Trade Desk available

07:15

Off-Exchange APA and SI platforms open for trade reports and quotes

07:50

On-Exchange BXE, CXE and DXE platforms open for auction orders and trades

08:00

Start of trading, simulated load commences

13:30

End of trading

Certification (UAT) Testing
As mentioned, the Cboe NL (DXE) and NL APA (TRF) has been live for some time, the UAT environment is already available for testing with Transaction Reporting enforcement enabled.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at https://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

As part of Cboe’s Brexit programme, Cboe would like to remind Participants that they should review their current Brexit plans and ensure they have requested their Cboe NL (DXE) logical ports by Friday, 20th November 2020.

Cboe NL (DXE) Port Ordering
The Logical Port Request tool allows Participants to order logical ports via the Cboe Customer Web Portal for DXE. This tool allows permissioned users to request that logical ports be added, modified, deleted or cloned. The ‘cloning’ functionality allows Participants to specify an existing logical port from one environment to be used as a template for port creation. The Logical Port Request tool is permissioned to authorised users only via the ‘Logical Port Request’ privilege. Users who wish to have access should contact their firm Account Admin.

Whilst Cboe will make every effort to ensure Participants are ready for Brexit, logical port requests received after Friday, 20th November 2020 will be processed on a best efforts basis.

Documentation

* Brexit FAQ
* Brexit Microsite

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

As part of Cboe’s Brexit programme, Cboe would like to remind Participants that they should review their current Brexit plans and ensure they have requested their Cboe NL (DXE) logical ports by Friday, 20th November 2020.

Cboe NL (DXE) Port Ordering
The Logical Port Request tool allows Participants to order logical ports via the Cboe Customer Web Portal for DXE. This tool allows permissioned users to request that logical ports be added, modified, deleted or cloned. The ‘cloning’ functionality allows Participants to specify an existing logical port from one environment to be used as a template for port creation. The Logical Port Request tool is permissioned to authorised users only via the ‘Logical Port Request’ privilege. Users who wish to have access should contact their firm Account Admin.

Whilst Cboe will make every effort to ensure Participants are ready for Brexit, logical port requests received after Friday, 20th November 2020 will be processed on a best efforts basis.

Documentation

* Brexit FAQ
* Brexit Microsite

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will hold a Saturday Brexit Production Dress Rehearsal on Saturday 5th December 2020 as part of Cboe's Brexit programme. The test day in production will allow Participants and vendors to simulate Brexit-like system behaviour in Production in advance of Monday 4th January 2020. The scope of the test day will include the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF (APA) and SIS environments.

Participants should note the following:

* Participation - Cboe is not mandating participation on this test day as Cboe NL (DXE) and the NL APA (TRF) has been live for some time, however it is strongly recommended. The test day will allow Participants to ensure their systems are behaving as expected and ready for Production effective Monday 4th January, 2021 when the Brexit transition period will have ceased.
* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part on the day must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time of the Thursday 3rd December, 2020. No new port requests will be processed on the Friday before the Saturday test.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are configured not to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the Saturday test day, as all data from these days will be discarded as test data. Cancellation or Amendment of Trade Reports will not be allowed on these test dates. At the end of the test day Participants should clear down their applications to ensure any unwanted data from the weekend test is not retained in their live trading systems on the following Monday morning.
* Transaction Reporting Enforcement - As previously announced, Cboe is currently enforcing cross border trading in the Certification (UAT) environment. Additionally, effective Saturday 5th December, 2020 Cboe will enforce the Transaction Reporting solution configuration in place at the port order entry level. This enforcement will reflect the behaviour to be expected in the Production environment, effective Monday 4th January, 2021 when the Brexit transition period will have ceased. Please note that this change will be reverted at the end of the test day ready for trading on Monday 7th December, 2020.
* Clearing Permissions - Participants will need to ensure they have the required UK or NL venue clearing in place in advance of the test day. Firms without the required Clearing paperwork in place will have their order and trade flow rejected. Please contact the Participant Services team or your Account Manager should you have any questions.
* Orders & Trades on the day
* All symbols will be available for submission on the test day.
* A sustained low market data load will be simulated throughout the day allowing Participants and vendors to test their market data consumption capabilities.
* Simulated liquidity will be made available for Trading Participants to cross and generate fills, details of the symbols will be communicated closer to the test date.
* Pegged orders will not be supported on the day.
* Trades transacted on the day will not be submitted to CCPs for Clearing and Settlement.

Expected Schedule on the day:

* Details of the schedule will be communicated closer to the test date.

Certification (UAT) Testing
As mentioned, the Cboe NL (DXE) and NL APA (TRF) has been live for some time, the UAT environment is already available for testing with Transaction Reporting enforcement enabled.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at https://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

As part of Cboe’s Brexit programme, Cboe would like to remind Participants that they should review their current Brexit plans and ensure they have requested their Cboe NL (DXE) logical ports by Friday, 20th November 2020.

Cboe NL (DXE) Port Ordering
The Logical Port Request tool allows Participants to order logical ports via the Cboe Customer Web Portal for DXE. This tool allows permissioned users to request that logical ports be added, modified, deleted or cloned. The ‘cloning’ functionality allows Participants to specify an existing logical port from one environment to be used as a template for port creation. The Logical Port Request tool is permissioned to authorised users only via the ‘Logical Port Request’ privilege. Users who wish to have access should contact their firm Account Admin.

Whilst Cboe will make every effort to ensure Participants are ready for Brexit, logical port requests received after Friday, 20th November 2020 will be processed on a best efforts basis.

Documentation

* Brexit FAQ
* Brexit Microsite

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

As part of Cboe’s Brexit programme, Cboe would like to remind Participants that they should review their current Brexit plans and ensure they have requested their Cboe NL (DXE) logical ports by Friday, 20th November 2020.

Cboe NL (DXE) Port Ordering
The Logical Port Request tool allows Participants to order logical ports via the Cboe Customer Web Portal for DXE. This tool allows permissioned users to request that logical ports be added, modified, deleted or cloned. The ‘cloning’ functionality allows Participants to specify an existing logical port from one environment to be used as a template for port creation. The Logical Port Request tool is permissioned to authorised users only via the ‘Logical Port Request’ privilege. Users who wish to have access should contact their firm Account Admin.

Whilst Cboe will make every effort to ensure Participants are ready for Brexit, logical port requests received after Friday, 20th November 2020 will be processed on a best efforts basis.

Documentation

* Brexit FAQ
* Brexit Microsite

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

As part of Cboe’s Brexit programme, Cboe would like to remind Participants that they should review their current Brexit plans and ensure they have requested their Cboe NL (DXE) logical ports by Friday, 20th November 2020.

Cboe NL (DXE) Port Ordering
The Logical Port Request tool allows Participants to order logical ports via the Cboe Customer Web Portal for DXE. This tool allows permissioned users to request that logical ports be added, modified, deleted or cloned. The ‘cloning’ functionality allows Participants to specify an existing logical port from one environment to be used as a template for port creation. The Logical Port Request tool is permissioned to authorised users only via the ‘Logical Port Request’ privilege. Users who wish to have access should contact their firm Account Admin.

Whilst Cboe will make every effort to ensure Participants are ready for Brexit, logical port requests received after Friday, 20th November 2020 will be processed on a best efforts basis.

Documentation

* Brexit FAQ
* Brexit Microsite

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze: Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September
* Production Data: Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data

* Schedule of Activities: Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be an one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

o Call-in Number: +44 207 897 0111

o Participant Passcode: 1271282471#

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze: Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September
* Production Data: Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data

* Schedule of Activities: Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be an one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

o Call-in Number: +44 207 897 0111

o Participant Passcode: 1271282471#

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze: Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September
* Production Data: Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data

* Schedule of Activities: Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be an one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

o Call-in Number: +44 207 897 0111

o Participant Passcode: 1271282471#

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected]m | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants
Effective Monday 24th August 2020, the following instrument change(s) will take place in the TRF symbol universe:
New Listings
Description

UMTF Name

ISIN

Currency

MIC

Trading Segment

Supported Services

CARBIOS

ALCRBp

FR0011648716

EUR

XPAR

TDM

MT

UBER TECHNOLOGIES INC

0A1Ul

US90353T1007

USD

XLON

TDM

MT

VANG USDCPBD USDD

VUCPm

IE00BZ163K21

EUR

ETFP

TDM

MT

VANG EURGVBD EURD

VETYm

IE00BZ163H91

EUR

ETFP

TDM

MT

ISHARES MSCI WORLD SRI-EUR-A

SUSWm

IE00BYX2JD69

EUR

ETFP

TDM

MT

HSBC DEV WORLD SUSTAINABLE E

HSWDp

IE00BKY59K37

EUR

XPAR

TDM

MT

ISHARES EURO CORP BND IR-H

IRCPa

IE00B6X2VY59

EUR

XAMS

TDM

MT

ISHARES EURO INFL-LKD GOVT

IBCIa

IE00B0M62X26

EUR

XAMS

TDM

MT

LYXOR DJ INDUSTRIAL AVERAG

DJEUl

FR0007056841

USD

XLON

TDM

MT

The updated Symbol Reference Data Files will be available on our website at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/support/reference_data/
All current and historical Cboe Europe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/schedule_update/
Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.
Trade Desk,
Cboe Europe Equities
T: +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery Test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.

The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK time used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery Test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.

The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK time used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery Test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.

The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK time used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >

* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Annual Disaster Recovery test - Saturday 12th Sept 2020

Cboe Europe (Cboe) will be conducting its annual disaster recovery (DR) test for the Production BXE, CXE, DXE, TRF and SIS environments on Saturday 12th September 2020.
The purpose of this testing day is for Cboe to simulate various DR failover scenarios, including a test of market failover from its primary data centre at Equinix Slough (LD4) to its secondary data centre at Equinix Park Royal (LD3). Participant attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended as this exercise affords Participants the ability to observe how their trading, quoting, trade reporting and market data applications would function in the event of a DR incident at Cboe.

Participants should note the following:

* Change Freeze - Participants wishing to take part in the DR test must submit any outstanding requests for new ports by 16:00 UK time on Thursday 10th September. No new port requests will be processed on Friday 11th September.
* Production Data - Please ensure that your Production systems are not configured to send Production trade reports when Cboe systems come up on the morning of Saturday 12th September, as all data from that day will be discarded as test data.

* Schedule of Activities - Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Key contacts on the day

* The following Cboe support contacts will be available from 07:00 until 13:30 UK time:

o NOC: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8905

o Trade Desk: [email protected] +44 20 7012 8901 / +31 20 299 6801

Conference Bridge

* There will be a one-way conference bridge open from 07:30 to 13:30 UK used by Cboe staff to disseminate regular progress updates throughout the day.

* Details of the conference bridge will be sent out closer to the DR test date.

Documentation

* Disaster Recovery Guide

* Disaster Recovery Testing Guide

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
11 Monument Street | London, EC3R 8AF
T: +44 207 012 8901
E: [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,
Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will be adding a new column "setter_size" to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files in all Cboe Europe PRODUCTION environments, effective Friday 24th April 2020. This column will be added to the end of the files, and will contain the minimum number of shares required for an order to qualify for potential future 'setter' pricing schemes, if applicable. Where not applicable the column will be blank. Up until the point such a pricing scheme is launched, subject to regulatory approval, any values present in this column should be ignored.

Certification (UAT) Testing
This change to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files has been available in the Certification (UAT) environments for testing since Monday 30th March 2020.

Documentation

* Reference Data Specification

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,
Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will be adding a new column "setter_size" to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files in all Cboe Europe PRODUCTION environments, effective Friday 24th April 2020. This column will be added to the end of the files, and will contain the minimum number of shares required for an order to qualify for potential future 'setter' pricing schemes, if applicable. Where not applicable the column will be blank. Up until the point such a pricing scheme is launched, subject to regulatory approval, any values present in this column should be ignored.

Certification (UAT) Testing
This change to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files has been available in the Certification (UAT) environments for testing since Monday 30th March 2020.

Documentation

* Reference Data Specification

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any Participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

This change will impact the following EOD reconciliation file:

Trade Data files containing Trade Reports

Column

Current Value

New Value

Trade Data files with Trade Report Information

Execution ID

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

**As a result of utilising all twelve characters of TradeID, Participants who consume Cboe market data will observe the Trade ID value within the Trade Message will no longer always have the first three values set to "000".

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE order handler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes were deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any Participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

This change will impact the following EOD reconciliation file:

Trade Data files containing Trade Reports

Column

Current Value

New Value

Trade Data files with Trade Report Information

Execution ID

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

**As a result of utilising all twelve characters of TradeID, Participants who consume Cboe market data will observe the Trade ID value within the Trade Message will no longer always have the first three values set to "000".

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE order handler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes were deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,
Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will be adding a new column "setter_size" to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files in all Cboe Europe PRODUCTION environments, effective Friday 24th April 2020. This column will be added to the end of the files, and will contain the minimum number of shares required for an order to qualify for potential future 'setter' pricing schemes, if applicable. Where not applicable the column will be blank. Up until the point such a pricing scheme is launched, subject to regulatory approval, any values present in this column should be ignored.

Certification (UAT) Testing
This change to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files will be made available in the Certification (UAT) environments for testing effective Monday 30th March 2020.

Documentation

* Reference Data Specification

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,
Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will be adding a new column "setter_size" to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files in all Cboe Europe PRODUCTION environments, effective Friday 24th April 2020. This column will be added to the end of the files, and will contain the minimum number of shares required for an order to qualify for potential future 'setter' pricing schemes, if applicable. Where not applicable the column will be blank. Up until the point such a pricing scheme is launched, subject to regulatory approval, any values present in this column should be ignored.

Certification (UAT) Testing
This change to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files will be made available in the Certification (UAT) environments for testing effective Monday 30th March 2020.

Documentation

* Reference Data Specification

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,
Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will be adding a new column "setter_size" to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files in all Cboe Europe PRODUCTION environments, effective Friday 24th April 2020. This column will be added to the end of the files, and will contain the minimum number of shares required for an order to qualify for potential future 'setter' pricing schemes, if applicable. Where not applicable the column will be blank. Up until the point such a pricing scheme is launched, subject to regulatory approval, any values present in this column should be ignored.

Certification (UAT) Testing
This change to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files will be made available in the Certification (UAT) environments for testing effective Monday 30th March 2020.

Documentation

* Reference Data Specification

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

This change will impact the following EOD reconciliation file:

Trade Data files containing Trade Reports

Column

Current Value

New Value

Trade Data files with Trade Report Information

Execution ID

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE order handler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

This change will impact the following EOD reconciliation file:

Trade Data files containing Trade Reports

Column

Current Value

New Value

Trade Data files with Trade Report Information

Execution ID

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE order handler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Following the ESMA publication of the results from the annual transparency calculations for equity and equity-like instruments, please be advised that all relevant changes will be applied to Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) instruments with effect on Wednesday 1st April 2020.

The Production symbol files will be available from 10:00pm UK time on Tuesday 31st March, 2020. Participants are strongly advised to download the most up to date data from 07:00am UK time on Wednesday 1st April, 2020 in order to ensure that any late updates are not missed.

File access between 10pm and 12 midnight

Access to the Production symbol files for accessing tomorrows data between the hours of 10:00pm and 12:00 midnight UK time this evening will only be available using the dated links e.g. the CXE file will be available at the following URL: https://www.batstrading.co.uk/cxe/market_data/symbol_listing/csv/?selectedDate=2020-04-01. Please replace CXE with the environment file you require. After midnight the usual production symbol reference file links can be used.

Certification (UAT) Testing:
These updates have been made available in the certification symbol reference files for the UAT environments effective Friday 27th March, 2020.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Following the ESMA publication of the results from the annual transparency calculations for equity and equity-like instruments, please be advised that all relevant changes will be applied to Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) instruments with effect on Wednesday 1st April 2020.

The Production symbol files will be available from 10:00pm UK time on Tuesday 31st March, 2020. Participants are strongly advised to download the most up to date data from 07:00am UK time on Wednesday 1st April, 2020 in order to ensure that any late updates are not missed.

File access between 10pm and 12 midnight

Access to the Production symbol files for accessing tomorrows data between the hours of 10:00pm and 12:00 midnight UK time this evening will only be available using the dated links e.g. the CXE file will be available at the following URL: https://www.batstrading.co.uk/cxe/market_data/symbol_listing/csv/?selectedDate=2020-04-01. Please replace CXE with the environment file you require. After midnight the usual production symbol reference file links can be used.

Certification (UAT) Testing:
These updates have been made available in the certification symbol reference files for the UAT environments effective Friday 27th March, 2020.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Following the ESMA publication of the results from the annual transparency calculations for equity and equity-like instruments, please be advised that all relevant changes will be applied to Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) instruments with effect on Wednesday 1st April 2020.

The Production symbol files will be available from 10:00pm UK time on Tuesday 31st March, 2020. Participants are strongly advised to download the most up to date data from 07:00am UK time on Wednesday 1st April, 2020 in order to ensure that any late updates are not missed.

Certification (UAT) Testing:
These updates will be made available in the certification symbol reference files for the UAT environments effective Friday 27th March, 2020.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Following the ESMA publication of the results from the annual transparency calculations for equity and equity-like instruments, please be advised that all relevant changes will be applied to Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) instruments with effect on Wednesday 1st April 2020.

The Production symbol files will be available from 10:00pm UK time on Tuesday 31st March, 2020. Participants are strongly advised to download the most up to date data from 07:00am UK time on Wednesday 1st April, 2020 in order to ensure that any late updates are not missed.

Certification (UAT) Testing:
These updates will be made available in the certification symbol reference files for the UAT environments effective Friday 27th March, 2020.

All current and historical Cboe Europe Equities notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Update on Cboe Europe Operations
March 24, 2020 15:32:07

Dear Cboe Europe Participants and Members of the Trading Community,

Cboe Europe continues to closely monitor developments concerning the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the guidance provided by government and public health agencies.

Following the stay-at-home directive set forth yesterday by the UK and Dutch governments, we wanted to update you on Cboe Europe's operations.
Cboe Europe's markets continue to operate normally. Currently, all Cboe Europe staff are working remotely from home and the majority have been working in this capacity for a number of days. Companywide, we have enacted robust business continuity plans that are designed to ensure we continue to operate our exchanges effectively while doing all that we reasonably can to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.
The UK stay-at-home directive includes exemptions for "essential financial services", which exempt Cboe Europe. For the health and safety of our associates and broader community, all Cboe Europe associates will continue to work remotely until further notice, but should any critical operational staff need to visit our facilities for any reason, this would be allowed under the exemption.
Cboe Europe is deeply committed to the orderly operation and surveillance of our markets to help ensure participants are able to execute their trading activities during this unprecedented time. We remain vigilant in monitoring our capacity and resiliency thresholds to help to ensure our markets continue to operate efficiently and effectively.

We will continue to monitor guidelines and work closely with regulators and market participants so that our markets continue to function and serve the needs of investors during this unprecedented crisis. We remain committed to the well-being and safety of our associates, customers and broader community.

For additional updates on Cboe's Business Continuity Plans, please refer to our COVID-19 webpage or contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have further questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Update on Cboe Europe Operations
March 24, 2020 15:31:57

Dear Cboe Europe Participants and Members of the Trading Community,

Cboe Europe continues to closely monitor developments concerning the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the guidance provided by government and public health agencies.

Following the stay-at-home directive set forth yesterday by the UK and Dutch governments, we wanted to update you on Cboe Europe's operations.
Cboe Europe's markets continue to operate normally. Currently, all Cboe Europe staff are working remotely from home and the majority have been working in this capacity for a number of days. Companywide, we have enacted robust business continuity plans that are designed to ensure we continue to operate our exchanges effectively while doing all that we reasonably can to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.
The UK stay-at-home directive includes exemptions for "essential financial services", which exempt Cboe Europe. For the health and safety of our associates and broader community, all Cboe Europe associates will continue to work remotely until further notice, but should any critical operational staff need to visit our facilities for any reason, this would be allowed under the exemption.
Cboe Europe is deeply committed to the orderly operation and surveillance of our markets to help ensure participants are able to execute their trading activities during this unprecedented time. We remain vigilant in monitoring our capacity and resiliency thresholds to help to ensure our markets continue to operate efficiently and effectively.

We will continue to monitor guidelines and work closely with regulators and market participants so that our markets continue to function and serve the needs of investors during this unprecedented crisis. We remain committed to the well-being and safety of our associates, customers and broader community.

For additional updates on Cboe's Business Continuity Plans, please refer to our COVID-19 webpage or contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have further questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected].com | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Update on Cboe Europe Operations
March 24, 2020 15:31:49

Dear Cboe Europe Participants and Members of the Trading Community,

Cboe Europe continues to closely monitor developments concerning the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the guidance provided by government and public health agencies.

Following the stay-at-home directive set forth yesterday by the UK and Dutch governments, we wanted to update you on Cboe Europe's operations.
Cboe Europe's markets continue to operate normally. Currently, all Cboe Europe staff are working remotely from home and the majority have been working in this capacity for a number of days. Companywide, we have enacted robust business continuity plans that are designed to ensure we continue to operate our exchanges effectively while doing all that we reasonably can to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.
The UK stay-at-home directive includes exemptions for "essential financial services", which exempt Cboe Europe. For the health and safety of our associates and broader community, all Cboe Europe associates will continue to work remotely until further notice, but should any critical operational staff need to visit our facilities for any reason, this would be allowed under the exemption.
Cboe Europe is deeply committed to the orderly operation and surveillance of our markets to help ensure participants are able to execute their trading activities during this unprecedented time. We remain vigilant in monitoring our capacity and resiliency thresholds to help to ensure our markets continue to operate efficiently and effectively.

We will continue to monitor guidelines and work closely with regulators and market participants so that our markets continue to function and serve the needs of investors during this unprecedented crisis. We remain committed to the well-being and safety of our associates, customers and broader community.

For additional updates on Cboe's Business Continuity Plans, please refer to our COVID-19 webpage or contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have further questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,
Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will be adding a new column "setter_size" to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files in all Cboe Europe PRODUCTION environments, effective Friday 24th April 2020. This column will be added to the end of the files, and will contain the minimum number of shares required for an order to qualify for potential future 'setter' pricing schemes, if applicable. Where not applicable the column will be blank. Up until the point such a pricing scheme is launched, subject to regulatory approval, any values present in this column should be ignored.

Certification (UAT) Testing
This change to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files will be made available in the Certification (UAT) environments for testing effective Monday 30th March 2020.

Documentation

* Reference Data Specification

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +4420 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,
Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will be adding a new column "setter_size" to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files in all Cboe Europe PRODUCTION environments, effective Friday 24th April 2020. This column will be added to the end of the files, and will contain the minimum number of shares required for an order to qualify for potential future 'setter' pricing schemes, if applicable. Where not applicable the column will be blank. Up until the point such a pricing scheme is launched, subject to regulatory approval, any values present in this column should be ignored.

Certification (UAT) Testing
This change to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files will be made available in the Certification (UAT) environments for testing effective Monday 30th March 2020.

Documentation

* Reference Data Specification

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +4420 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,
Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will be adding a new column "setter_size" to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files in all Cboe Europe PRODUCTION environments, effective Friday 24th April 2020. This column will be added to the end of the files, and will contain the minimum number of shares required for an order to qualify for potential future 'setter' pricing schemes, if applicable. Where not applicable the column will be blank. Up until the point such a pricing scheme is launched, subject to regulatory approval, any values present in this column should be ignored.

Certification (UAT) Testing
This change to the Symbol Reference Data CSV Files will be made available in the Certification (UAT) environments for testing effective Monday 30th March 2020.

Documentation

* Reference Data Specification

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

All current and historical Cboe notices, including symbol universe updates, are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +4420 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

This change will impact the following EOD reconciliation file:

Trade Data files containing Trade Reports

Column

Current Value

New Value

Trade Data files with Trade Report Information

Execution ID

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE order handler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

This change will impact the following EOD reconciliation file:

Trade Data files containing Trade Reports

Column

Current Value

New Value

Trade Data files with Trade Report Information

Execution ID

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE order handler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

Trade Data files containing trade reports

Execution ID column

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE order handler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

Trade Data files containing trade reports

Execution ID column

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE order handler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

Trade Data files containing trade reports

Execution ID column

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE orderhandler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

Trade Data files containing trade reports

Execution ID column

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE orderhandler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes were deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,

Please note that effective end of business on Friday 14th February 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will decommission the legacy Cboe European Equities Market Share web resource which will no longer be accessible. The enhanced market share resource currently available at the following location http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/market_statistics/ will become the only Cboe European Equities Market Share resource from Friday 14th February 2020.

This decommission includes access to the legacy market share web resource through the Cboe Participant Portal https://batstrading.co.uk/account/market_share/, which will be replaced by the new enhanced market share web resource https://batstrading.co.uk/account/market_share_v2/market/.

The data and structure of the downloadable reports available from the enhanced market share resource differ to the legacy resource, therefore Cboe encourage early migration away from the legacy market share resource to ensure a seamless transition.

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,

Please note that effective end of business on Friday 14th February 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will decommission the legacy Cboe European Equities Market Share web resource which will no longer be accessible. The enhanced market share resource currently available at the following location http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/market_statistics/ will become the only Cboe European Equities Market Share resource from Friday 14th February 2020.

This decommission includes access to the legacy market share web resource through the Cboe Participant Portal https://batstrading.co.uk/account/market_share/, which will be replaced by the new enhanced market share web resource https://batstrading.co.uk/account/market_share_v2/market/.

The data and structure of the downloadable reports available from the enhanced market share resource differ to the legacy resource, therefore Cboe encourage early migration away from the legacy market share resource to ensure a seamless transition.

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants

Currently, the first three of twelve characters in the TradeID field (FIX tag 1003) supplied on Trade Capture Report messages (ETRs and TCRs) in BXE, CXE, DXE and the TRF environments are always set to "000". Effective Monday 27th April 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will begin to utilise all twelve characters in the TradeID field across the aforementioned production environments. Any participants who currently have their system configured to remove the three leading zeros should be aware that these will be utilised as part of the TradeID upon the effective date and review accordingly.

Furthermore, effective Monday 27th April 2020, the FIX tags and file columns described in the below table which are also used to convey a TradeID will be extended to always include these additional three characters across the aforementioned environments, as currently these are always stripped off.

Rationale for change
These changes will allow the Cboe systems to utilise all twelve characters of the TradeID on Trade Capture Report messages in preparation for a change to introduce unique identifiers over a period of one year, with the goal of allowing Participants to specify only this ID when amending or cancelling trade reports at a date to be announced in the future.

Impact
This change will impact the following FIX Tags as this extended value will also be used on the messages to the Central Counterparties (CCPs):

Changes Apply to Trade Report Messages (35=AE) Only

Field

Current Value

New Value

FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

ODROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with SideExecID enabled

SideExecID (FIX Tag 1427)

B818S00R50

B000818S00R50

FIXDROP ports monitoring FIX order handler ports with CCP Style ID enabled

ExecID (FIX Tag 17)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

ODROP ports monitoring BOE order handlers

TradeID (FIX Tag 1003)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

FIXDROP Ports - Trade Cancel/Correct (UCC) message for Trade Reports

ExecRefID (FIX Tag 19)

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

Trade Data files containing trade reports

Execution ID column

818S00T4M

000818S00T4M

The changes do not impact:

* FIX New Order - Single messages (35=D)

* BOE orderhandler-submitted Trade Capture Reports

* The Cboe LIS platform

To determine if FIX tag 1427 is enabled on any of your ports, please use the Cboe Participant Portal by selecting, Logical Ports, More Options, Download Port attributes CSV and then check the downloaded file to verify whether CCP Style ExecID is set to yes.

Certification (UAT)

* The changes will be deployed in the BXE, DXE and TRF CERTIFICATION environments, effective Monday 27th January 2020

* The changes will be deployed in the CXE CERTIFICATION environment, effective Monday 23th March 2020

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact the Trade Desk or your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >

Dear Cboe Europe Equities Participants,

Please note that effective end of business on Friday 14th February 2020, Cboe Europe Equities (Cboe) will decommission the legacy Cboe European Equities Market Share web resource which will no longer be accessible. The enhanced market share resource currently available at the following location http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/market_statistics/ will become the only Cboe European Equities Market Share resource from Friday 14th February 2020.

This decommission includes access to the legacy market share web resource through the Cboe Participant Portal https://batstrading.co.uk/account/market_share/, which is being replaced by the new enhanced market share web resource https://batstrading.co.uk/account/market_share_v2/market/.

All current and historical Cboe notices are available online at http://markets.cboe.com/europe/equities/notices/release_notes/.

Please contact your Account Manager if you have any questions.

Trade Desk
Cboe Europe Equities
T. +44 20 7012 8901 (UK); +31 20 299 6801 (NL)
E. [email protected] | cboe.com >
* Cboe Europe Limited is a Recognised Investment Exchange regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
* Cboe Europe BV is licensed to operate a Regulated Market, Multilateral Trading Facility and Approved Publication Arrangement by the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets.