Trading in equities and rights on Euronext’s regulated cash markets is charged according to the trading mechanism (auction, continuous, trading-at-last) and depending on the level of liquidity. The fee scheme has been designed to offer lower tariffs on the most liquid equities while continuing to encourage liquidity elsewhere in the order book. A harmonised structure ensures that all customers may benefit from the same trading fee, with no distinction between activity types.
Euronext does not charge one-off joining or annual membership fees.
For full details of the Euronext Cash Markets trading fee structure, please download a copy of the current Trading Fee Guide.
Members are charged for their order entry session, or SLE, connections (i.e., those dedicated, logical connections between each individual member and Euronext’s Universal Trading Platform). See the SLE Pricing and Capacity Overview for more information.Members are also charged for access to TCS Web, the Web-based version of our trade confirmation system. Access via the trading platform or e-TCS is free. In addition, members and application service providers (ASPs) are charged a connection fee by NYSE Technologies. Please contact Technology Partnerships for further details regarding connection costs.
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Euronext clearing and settlement partners charge fees for their services. For details, please contact the relevant organization directly.