Listing Fees

The decision to be listed should be carefully considered in light of the true cost of going public. In order to issue initial public shares and maintain a listing on the NYSE Euronext’s European Regulated Markets, a company is accountable for several types of fees.

Types of Fees

The majority of companies eligible for listing on NYSE Euronext European Regulated Markets and on the NYSE Alternext markets are subject to the following three types of fees:

  • Admission fees – a one-time fee payable at the time of the initial listing.
  • Annual fees – payable annually by a company to remain listed on an exchange.
  • Subsequent admission fees – payable in the event a company chooses to raise additional capital once listed.

Admission and annual fees are based on a company’s total market capitalization, whereas subsequent admission fees are based on the amount of capital being raised.