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Short History


1994 Sibiu Commodities Exchange was founded as a corporation having 11 shareholders
1997 Sibiu Commodities Exchange became the first derivatives exchange (Sibiu Monetary Financial and Commodities Exchange) through the implementation of the futures contracts
1998 Romanian Clearing House (RCH) was founded. RCH acts as Central counterparty for the derivatives market and guarantees all trades performed by the clearing members. The first options on futures were implemented at SMFCE.
2000 Sibiu Monetary Financial and Commodities Exchange replaced the open outcry trading with the electronic trading system-SAGITARIUS.
2003 The Romanian National Securities Commission authorized SMFCE as an Exchange company.
2004 The first Capital Market Intermediaries started to trade on SMFCE market.
SMFCE financial derivatives market was authorized further to Romanian National Securities Commision decision.
2007 Warsaw Stock Exchange became shareholder of Sibiu Monetary Financial and Commodities Exchange .
2008 SMFCE became member of the Association of Futures Markets
2009 SMFCE had launched the Trading System purchased from Trayport Ltd. London (Global Vision), which replaced the old trading system developed "in-house".
2010 Sibiu Monetary Financial and Commodities Exchange had officially launched spot market by listing Sibex shares (symbol SBX)
The first company was listed on the alternative trading system administraed by Sibex.
Sibex became member of Swiss Futures and Opions Association (SFOA).
2011 Sibiu Exchange changed its name into Sibex-Sibiu Stock Exchange
Sibex launched to trading the derivatives on Fondul Proprietatea shares
For the first time on the local capital market, Sibex started to trade binary options.
On March 2011, Sibex started to trade futures contract on oil with the underlying asset the Light Sweet Cude Oil.
On April 2011, Sibex started to trade two derivatives contracts with gold as underlying asset: futures contract on gold with SIBGOLD symbol and Options on SIBGOLD futures contract with OPSIGOLD symbol.
Sibex also launched for trading futures contract on eur/dollar, denominated in lei.
2012 The new headquarter of Sibex-Sibiu Stock Exchange SA is: Sibiu, Aurel Vlaicu Square, no. 9-11, 3rd floor
2013 Sibex signs the partnership agreement with OPCOM (Romanian Gas and Electricity Market Operator) for the development and launching of the power derivatives on Sibex financial derivatives regulated market.
Sibex started to trade futures contract on US stocks, for the first time in Romania.
2014 The shares issued by S.C. ARO PALACE S.A., S.C. FEPER S.A. and S.C. ROMRADIATOARE S.A. are listed on the alternative trading system administrated by SIBEX.

Signing of Cooperation Agreement between Hellenic Exchanges Group (HELEX) and SIBEX-SIBIU STOCK EXCHANGE.

Sibex started to trade futures contract on EU stocks, for the first time in Romania.

Sibex finalizes the project regarding the connection of the derivatives market to a Central Counterparty- ATHEXClear, as well as the migration of the derivatives market to a new trading system, based on the partnership agreement signed with ATHEX Group in February 2014.

This project is by far, the most important project related to the infrastructure of SIBEX-Sibiu Stock Exchange.

2015 SIBEX finalizes the migration of the regulated spot market and alternative trading system to the new trading system OASIS provided by HELLENIC EXCHANGES - ATHENS EXCHANGE GROUP S.A.

In April 2015, strongly related to the project regarding the development and launching of the energy derivatives market, Deutsche Börse and Sibex-Sibiu Stock Exchange signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), under which Deutsche Börse will provide trading technology to SIBEX to facilitate its plans to operate an exchange for trading electricity futures. This will include electronic systems and networks for trading, clearing and settlement of commodity products.