Neonet Offers Trading Access to Mexican Stock Exchange

14 January 2009

Neonet, the neutral provider of global direct market access brokerage services and trading technology, is now offering trading access to the Mexican Stock Exchange. By adding Mexico to its offering of approximately 35 global marketplaces, Neonet extends its access of trading into Latin America for the first time.

The Mexican Stock Exchange is the second largest equity market in Latin America based on trading volumes in 2007.

"As the capital markets continue to globalize, you can be confident that Neonet extends its offering of trading at the world's most competitive and liquid marketplaces. Based on high-speed infrastructure, Neonet offers advanced trading solutions such as algorithmic and program trading. We are thrilled to extend our offering to Latin America," states Simon Nathanson, CEO and President of Neonet.

During 2008 Neonet extended its offering of global round-the-clock execution services by adding Australia Securities Exchange, the derivative market Eurex and the new European alternative markets; BATS Europe, NASDAQ OMX Europe and Turquoise. Neonet also announced that the company will offer trading access to NYSE Euronext´s alternative market NYSE Arca Europe.

Neonet offers trading on the following marketplaces: American Stock Exchange, Amsterdam, Australian Securities Exchange, BATS Europe, BATS US, Brussels, Chi-X, Copenhagen, Dublin, Eurex, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Jasdaq, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Mexico, Milan, NASDAQ, NASDAQ OMX Europe, NYSE, NYSE Arca, Osaka, Oslo, Paris, Singapore, SIX Swiss Exchange, Stockholm, SWX Europe, Tokyo, Toronto, Turquoise, Vienna and Warsaw.

Neonet discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act.

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