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Bats Market Data Agreement

Proprietary data. BATS grants the subscriber, during the term of the contract, a non-exclusive and non-transferable license to obtain Exchange data distributed to the Seller and, subsequently, the use of such Exchange data in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and all applicable laws, statutes, rules and regulations of BATS and the SEC, including , but not limited to the ordinary statements of BATS, the decisions and interpretations of the BATS, as well as all the specifications or successors of these laws. statutes, rules and regulations. Participant recognizes and accepts that BATS and its related companies own ownership rights to Exchange data from markets regulated or operated by BATS, and compile or other rights to Exchange data from other sources. In addition, the subscriber acknowledges and accepts that third-party BVTS providers have exclusive ownership rights over their respective information. In the event of misappropriation or abuse by subscribers or persons who access Exchange data through subscribers, BATS or its third parties have the right to sue for termination of their respective equipment. The subscriber must assign the source of the Exchange data in all circumstances. Option Price Reporting Authority (OPRA) Professional Subscription Agreement that contains the following participating exchange options and index data: AMEX, BATS, ESB, CBOE, ISE, NASDAQ, NYSE Arca, PHLX Except as shown below, all Cboe market data agreements and forms are managed by Cboe. Please send all completed documents by email to Cboe Market Data Services for verification. FactSet Licensing Agreement The market provider`s data plan is required before receiving market data from Asia, Canada, Europe (FTSE, Tullet Prebon, etc.) prior to receipt of Real-Time Global Exchange market data. Middle East, South America and U.S. stock exchanges (Dow Jones and MSCI).

The Istanbul Stock Exchange, Bombay Stock Exchange, Dubai Financial Market and Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange are not included. Companies that distribute Cboe U.S. stock market data in real time on controlled display devices must manage a Cboe subscriber contract or an equivalent agreement with each company or end-subscriber. This agreement is submitted directly to the end user by the market data distributor and not by Cboe. Companies have four options for managing the Cboe subscription agreement or another equivalent: direct communication with the subscriber to the last known address by the Seller is considered to be given (a) in the event of actual receipt if it is served by e-mail, or (b) when the communication or other communication is published on www.bats.com or on an estate page.