Got a question? This section addresses some of our issuers' most frequently asked questions.
Our world is constantly changing, and at Euronext, we recognise the importance of consistently sharing our routines with our clients and partners. The Issuer & Intermediary Support team is active in answering all questions concerning listing and trading, and on being listed and traded.
Day to day we receive many questions, often of very similar nature. We have therefore created a summary of answers to these frequently asked questions in order to better service you, our issuer and intermediary community.
This document aims to provide you with a concise presentation of all the information you need about becoming listed and traded on our markets. We involved our expert colleagues in the relevant departments and composed this brochure with greatest care.
Naturally we remain at your disposal for all your questions on the latest status and we look forward to continuing our service to you.
Euronext operates regulated and transparent equity and derivatives markets, offering market participants a comprehensive range of services to meet their needs, including facilitating public offerings and providing trading facilities for equity and derivatives products to supplying market data as well as custody and settlement services. Its total product offering includes Equities, Exchange Traded Funds, Warrants & Certificates, Bonds, Derivatives, Commodities and Indices. Euronext also leverages its expertise of running markets by providing technology and managed services to third parties.
Alternext is an international market created by Euronext in May 2005 to offer small and mid-sized companies simplified access to the stock market. Regulated solely by Euronext, the market’s streamlined listing requirements and trading rules suit the needs of small and mid-sized firms while ensuring investor transparency. More
In line with our commitment to quality, NYSE Euronext has adopted the eminent Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) Global Classification System to classify listed companies in homogenous business sectors. A single data source, ICB eliminates the need for individual databases and time-consuming sector research. More
This system establishes greater price stability, guarantees transactions, and increases volumes. Consequently, each buyer/seller is able to find a counterparty at any time. More