The ‘saturation point’:

How are stock exchanges adapting?

With IPOs stagnant and a rising tide of capital sweeping toward private markets, traditional stock exchanges must evolve their business models to remain relevant.

Showcasing in-depth interviews from stock exchange representatives, advisory groups, consultancies, academics, and industry organisations, we investigate both the factors behind the decline in public markets activity, as well as examine a range of strategies exchanges around the world are currently deploying to reassert their primacy – how they’re tackling this impending ‘saturation point’. 

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What you’ll discover:

– What are the current key factors pushing companies away from public markets and the lure of private markets 

– How are major international stock exchanges evolving to meet this challenge? 

– How do diversification, horizontal, and vertical integration work in practice for exchanges? 

– In what ways is the boundary between private and public markets blurring today? 

Exploring the saturation problem

Myles Milston

“Today, the position that exchange groups occupy is changing rapidly and the need to adapt has never been more pressing. There are a number of push and pull factors driving companies and exchanges towards private markets and through this in-depth report, we’re seeing an obvious shift in the industry and development strategies in the race to remain relevant.”

Myles Milston


If you’re looking to understand more about the saturation point and how it’s influencing exchange groups and gain rare, valuable insight into the market, this is for you.

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