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Microsoft buys a share of the London Stock Exchange

by on13 December 2022

Means they will buy into Vole's cloud 

Software King of the World Microsoft has bought a four per cent share in the London Stock Exchange as part of a partnership which will see the LSEG move to Vole's Azure and Cloud.

Microsoft will provide new data and analytics services are expected to be developed, building on LSEG’s integration of Refinitiv, a provider of financial data.

Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella. “Our partnership will bring together the industry leadership of the London Stock Exchange Group with the trust and breadth of the Microsoft Cloud — spanning Azure, AI, and Teams — to build next-generation services that will empower our customers to generate business insights, automate complex and time-consuming processes, and ultimately, do more with less.”

Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of Cloud and AI Group, Scott Guthrie, will become a non-executive director of LSEG. For LSEG, it’s expected that it will increase revenue growth “meaningfully” over time as new products it develops with Microsoft come online.

Under the deal, LSEG has committed to spending $2.8 billion on Microsoft’s cloud-related products and services over the term of the partnership, which is expected to run for ten years.


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