The Supervisory Board set MOEX KPIs for 2021 to measure performance in the core two areas:

  • Financial efficiency: F&C income and net profit growth and cost control. F&C income grew by 21.3% to RUB 41.5 billion. Net profit was RUB 28.1 billion, up 11.6% YoY. As a result, the cost-to-income ratio decreased as compared to 2020, and financial efficiency was enhanced.
  • New products & services: In 2020 – 2021, Moscow Exchange expanded trading hours to increase the availability of services throughout the Russian Federation and the world. In 2021, a morning session was launched on the FX and Derivatives Markets. Pre-market trading volumes already account for a significant share of trading in the main session.
  • Moscow Exchange is consistently introducing new products and services. In 2021, OTC services of the FX Market were actively developed.
  • Moscow Exchange’s key project for the coming years is the personal finance platform Finuslugi. In 2021, new products were launched and 27 new financial institutions were engaged to cooperate with Finuslugi.