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London Stock Exchange Group Plc engages in the provision of global financial markets infrastructure services. It operates through the following segments: Information Services, Post Trade Services-LCH, Post Trade Services-CC&G and Monte Titoli, Capital Markets, Technology Services, and Other. The Information Services segment refers to subscription and license fees for data and index services provided. The Post Trade Services-LCH segment refers to CCP and clearing services provided, non-cash collateral management, and net interest earned on cash held for margin and default funds. The Post Trade Services-CC&G and Monte Titoli segment is responsible for trades and contracts clearing, and relates to net interest earned on cash, securities held for margin and default funds, and settlement and custody services. The Capital Markets segment pertains to admission fees from initial listing and further capital raises, annual fees charged for securities traded on the group's markets, and fees from secondary market services. The Technology Services segment comprises capital markets software licenses and related information technology infrastructure, network connection, and server hosting services. The Other segment covers events and media services. The company was founded in 1698 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom. LNSTY is listed on the Pink Current market tier. OTC market data is provided by OTC Markets Group, Inc (otcmarkets.com). The listed name for LNSTY is LONDON STK EXCHANGE GROUP American Depositary Receipts - Unsponsored (United Kingdom).
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