Stockholm - 12 November 2007

NeoNet, the global agency broker and trading technology provider, today announced its trading and brokerage access to the Warsaw Stock Exchange, thereby further expanding its global offering with its first Eastern European Exchange.

The addition of the Warsaw Stock Exchange takes NeoNet's offering up to 26 exchanges globally, as well as alternative trading systems in Europe and the US.

"Following the successful addition of Chi-X, the alternative trading system, in October, we now continue to expand our offering with the addition of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. This is in line with our long term strategy to continuously expand our offering with new marketplaces and advanced trading functionality," comments Simon Nathanson, CEO and president of NeoNet.

The Warsaw Stock Exchange has 339 listed companies amounting to a market value of 240 billion Euros. Its main index is the WIG20 index, consisting of the 20 largest and most liquid companies.

In addition to Warsaw, NeoNet offers trading access to the following exchanges and multilateral trading facilities (MTF): American Stock Exchange, Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Chi-X, Dublin, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Jasdaq, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Milan, Nasdaq, NYSE, Osaka, Oslo, Paris, Singapore, Stockholm, Swiss Exchange, Tokyo, Toronto, Vienna and Virt-x.

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