Deutsche Börse Capital Markets Academy uses LiveX trading simulation developed by the University of Frankfurt
Deutsche Börse AG's Capital Markets Academy offers participants an innovation in digital training: In the certificate course "Exchange Trader Cash Market", acquired knowledge can be applied directly in a very realistic stock exchange simulation now. For this purpose, the Capital Markets Academy uses the trading simulation LiveX developed by the University of Frankfurt.
LiveX provides all major market models used on Xetra, for example continuous trading and auctions. In addition, LiveX can simulate real market structures such as competition through MTFs or trading in dark pools. This is one reason why LiveX is used by top German and international universities as well as by international stock exchange organizations.
"Our attendees give us very positive feedback on the LiveX simulations. LiveX is a very realistic representation of stock exchange trading and is perfectly applicable for purely digital training in order to understand market structures and trading processes," emphasizes Ulf Mayer, Head of Capital Markets Academy at Deutsche Börse AG.
Prof. Peter Gomber, who developed LiveX with his team at the University of Frankfurt, is proud to have won the Academy as a new licensee: "For many years, the Capital Markets Academy of Deutsche Börse AG has been offering innovative qualification programs with a high level of practical relevance and digital learning formats. The current LiveX Cloud version offers significantly increased flexibility and innovative application possibilities in professional education in the field of modern securities trading."
More information on the Capital Markets Academy: academy.deutsche-boerse.com
More information on LiveX at the University of Frankfurt: livex.uni-frankfurt.de