BATS Global Markets U.S. Equities Market Share Rose In April; Europe Depository Receipts Trading Reached Monthly Record

     BATS Global Markets U.S. Equities Market Share Rose In April; Europe
              Depository Receipts Trading Reached Monthly Record

  PR Newswire

  KANSAS CITY, Missouri and LONDON, May 3, 2013

- Overall European Market Share 22.4%; U.S. Equities 10.9%; U.S. Options 4.0%

KANSAS CITY, Missouri and LONDON, May 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BATS Global
Markets (BATS) today reported increased market share for its U.S. equities
segment in April, finishing at 10.9% vs 10.6% in March. BATS Options rose to
4.0% from 3.8%.

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Also in April, BATS Chi-X Europe set a new monthly market share record in
Depository Receipt (DR) trading, with BATS Chi-X Europe earning 7.1% market
share, exceeding its previous record of 5.9% set in March 2013. BATS Chi-X
Europe also matched last month's market share record in Spain's IBEX 35 of

BATS Chi-X Europe, the largest pan-European equities exchange, offers trading
in more than 50 DRs from 12 markets including Russia, India and South Korea.
The average daily notional value traded of DRs on BATS Chi-X Europe has
increased 50% to €41.5 million in April from €27.6 million in January.

Overall, BATS Chi-X Europe recorded market share of 22.4% vs 22.5% in March.
Average daily notional value was €7.8 billion in April vs. €7.9 billion in

"April was another strong month for BATS Global Markets and we thank our
customers for their continued support of all of our businesses," said Joe
Ratterman, chief executive of BATS Global Markets. "As we move forward in
2013, we are particularly excited about our plans in Europe, pending
regulatory approval, to transition to Recognised Investment Exchange status, a
distinction which will play a significant role in our growth and
diversification plans for Europe."

In the U.S., overall equities industry volumes rose month-over-month in April
and declined year-over-year. Average daily volume was 6.4 billion shares, up
from 6.1 billion shares in March and vs 6.5 billion shares a year ago.

In the European securities markets covered by BATS Chi-X Europe, the total
consolidated industry average daily notional value traded was €34.9 billion in
April, in line with €34.9 billion in March and down from €37.1 billion one
year ago.

Additional April Highlights:

  *BATS Chi-X Europe announced the appointment of David Howson as chief
    operating officer . Mr. Howson will join BATS Chi-X Europe in June,
    reporting to CEO Mark Hemsley.
  *On April 26 at the Options Industry Conference (OIC) in Las Vegas, BATS
    Options announced they will be hosting next year's OIC in Austin, Texas.
  *During April, the BATS BZX Exchange ranked 1st or 2nd with regards to
    effective spread in 374 of the 500 stocks that make up the S&P 500® Index
    according to the BATS market quality statistics . The BZX Exchange also
    had the lowest effective spread in six of the top 25 exchange traded
  *BATS Chi-X Europe continues discussions to become an equal shareholder in
    the proposed combination of two pan-European cash equities clearinghouses,
    EuroCCP and EMCF .

April 2013 Volume and Market Share Summary

U.S. Equities                                            April 2013
 Overall Industry – Average Daily Consolidated
Volume                                                   6.4 billion shares
 BATS Exchanges (BZX and BYX Exchange) – Matched
Market Share                                             10.9%
 BATS Exchanges (BZX and BYX Exchange) – Average
Daily Matched Volume                                     693.5 million shares
U.S. Equity Options
 BATS Options – Matched Market Share                 4.0%
 BATS Options – Average Daily Matched Volume         656,824 contracts
European Equities
 Pan-European Total Consolidated Volume(1) – Average
Daily Notional Value                                     €34.9 billion
 BATS Chi-X Europe – Overall European Market Share   22.4%
 BATS Chi-X Europe – Total Notional Value Traded     €163.8 billion
 BATS Chi-X Europe – Average Daily Notional Value    €7.8 billion

(1) Based on BATS Chi-X Europe market coverage, available at

Volume and Market Share Statistics by Market – U.S. Equities, U.S. Equity
Options, European Equities

A complete breakdown of April volume and market share for each market center
is outlined below. To track U.S. and European market share for all major
trading exchanges and other venues, please visit:

U.S. Equities (The BATS Exchanges)
                                             April 2013        April 2012
                                           (In millions, except percentages;

                                          volume and notional figures exclude
The BATS Exchanges (BZX & BYX combined)                odd-lots)
 Average daily matched volume                    693.5             746.7
 Total notional value traded for the
month                                            $558,787.9        $519,465.7
 Market share percentage (for the
Overall matched market share                          10.9%             11.5%
Tape A                                                 9.5%             10.0%
Tape B                                                14.3%             15.0%
Tape C                                                11.5%             12.3%
Volume By Exchange:
BZX Exchange:
 Average daily matched volume                     563.3             563.5
 Total notional value traded for the
month                                            $464,356.6        $414,755.5
 Market share percentage (for the
Overall matched market share                           8.9%              8.6%
Tape A                                                 7.5%              7.2%
Tape B                                                11.8%             12.1%
Tape C                                                 9.6%              9.5%
BYX Exchange:
 Average daily matched volume                     130.2             183.2
 Total notional value traded for the
month                                             $94,431.3        $104,710.2
 Market share percentage (for the
Overall matched market share                           2.0%              2.8%
Tape A                                                 2.0%              2.8%
Tape B                                                 2.5%              2.9%
 Tape C                                   1.9%              2.8%
BATS 1000 Index
                                                  18,048.40         15,822.13
(a broad-based U.S. equities market
benchmark)                                 (04/30/13 close)  (04/30/12 close)

U.S. Equity Options (BATS Options)
                                   April 2013                April 2012
                            Contracts   Market share   Contracts Market share
Average daily matched
volume                         656,824            4.0%   488,878         3.1%
European Equities(2) (BATS Chi-X Europe)
                                               April 2013      April 2012
                                             (In millions, except percentage)
Total notional value                            € 163,777.8        €173,512.0
Average daily notional value                      € 7,798.9          €9,132.2
Displayed average daily notional value            € 7,215.6          €8,669.5
Non-displayed(3) average daily notional
value                                               € 583.3            €462.7
Overall European market share                         22.4%             24.6%

Market share by market (for the period):
                             April 2013 April 2012
London market overall             25.8%      30.4%
FTSE 100 securities               29.2%      34.5%
FTSE 250 securities               20.5%      27.0%
Paris market overall              22.9%      25.6%
CAC 40 securities                 24.9%      27.0%
CAC Next20 securities             16.2%      25.9%
Frankfurt market overall          24.0%      24.9%
DAX 30 securities                 25.6%      26.2%
MDAX securities                   21.8%      26.3%
Amsterdam market overall          23.0%      29.6%
AEX securities                    23.5%      30.3%
AMX securities                    18.7%      20.9%
Brussels market overall           19.9%      23.3%
BEL 20 securities                 21.5%      25.1%
Milan market overall              13.4%      14.8%
FTSE MIB securities               14.3%      15.8%
Zurich market overall             21.1%      25.6%
SMI securities                    22.9%      27.3%
SMIM securities                   15.3%      17.5%
Nordic market overall             24.9%      24.0%
Helsinki OMXH25 securities        24.9%      26.4%
Stockholm OMXS30 securities       28.2%      26.9%
Copenhagen OMXC20 securities      21.8%      20.2%
Oslo OBX securities               19.8%      19.6%
Vienna market overall             14.1%      14.3%
 ATX securities           14.4%      14.5%
Lisbon market overall              9.7%      15.5%
 PSI-20 securities         9.8%      15.5%
Dublin market overall              5.1%       4.1%
 ISEQ 20 securities        5.1%       4.1%
Madrid market overall             12.6%       5.6%
 IBEX 35 securities       12.8%       5.6%
Key Indices
EUROSTOXX 50 securities           22.6%      22.8%

(2) Represent consolidated figures for BATS Europe (BXE) and Chi-X Europe
(CXE) lit and dark books, unless otherwise noted. ( 3) BXE and CXE
non-displayed order books.

About BATS Global Markets, Inc. BATS Global Markets, Inc. (BATS) is a leading
operator of securities markets in the U.S. and Europe. BATS develops and
operates electronic markets for the trading of listed cash equity securities
in the U.S. and Europe and listed equity options in the U.S. BATS operates two
stock exchanges in the U.S., the BATS BZX Exchange and BYX Exchange; BATS
Options, a U.S. equity options market; and BATS Chi-X Europe, which operates a
FCA-authorised multilateral trading facility. BATS' innovative and proprietary
technology was developed by a dedicated core team of market and technology
professionals, catering to the needs of the broker-dealer and trading
community. The company is headquartered in the Kansas City, Mo. area, with
additional offices in New York and London. For more information, visit .

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