UN SSE Derivatives Network

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SSE Derivatives Network
Founded 2021
Headquarters New York City
Products Supports the work of the world's derivative exchanges as they transition into ESG principles.
Twitter @SSEinitiative
Web site http://sseinitiative.org/
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As a follow up to the paper, How derivative exchanges can promote sustainable development, the UN Sustainable Stock Exchange Initiative launched its Derivatives Network in October 2021, inviting derivatives exchanges to join the SSE as partners. [1]

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The SSE announced a new derivatives exchange database on September 26, 2022. The database launched with information about 12 exchanges. Information in the database can be searched along six measures to determine whether the derivatives exchange:

  • Is a SSE derivative network member
  • Has an annual sustainability report
  • Requires sustainability reporting
  • Has written guidance on ESG reporting
  • Offers sustainability aligned products
  • Offers sustainability related training [2]



The new derivatives network and its founders were announced in October 2021 as part of the UNCTAD World Investment Forum. [3] The initial founding members were:

  • Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) (Australia)
  • Borsa Istanbul (Turkey)
  • Bursa Malaysia (Malaysia)
  • CBOE Global Markets (United States)
  • CME Group (United States)
  • Deutsche Börse AG / Eurex (Germany)
  • Matba Rofex (Argentina)
  • MexDer (BMV Group) (Mexico)
  • NZX Limited (New Zealand)
  • Singapore Exchange (Singapore)
  • The Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) (United States)
  • TMX Group /Montreal Exchange (Canada)[4]

The Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) joined the UN SSE Derivatives Network in late 2021.[5] The Mongolian Agricultural Commodity Exchange (MCE) joined in 2022. [6]

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