Euronext London

Why choose Euronext for your London Listing?


 


 

  1. Highly liquid pan European market
    International companies can benefit from the combined concentration of liquidity of our five  European markets as opposed to a purely London centric pool of liquidity. Thus benefitting from not having to split their liquidity between markets while at the same time making use of one partner for all their exchange needs.
  2. Single order book environment
    Companies can benefit from harmonized cross-border trading, clearing and settlement in Europe. Companies may choose to list on more than one market to enhance visibility, have trading volumes and prices published in the national press, and qualify for inclusion in local European indices in addition to the FTSE UK series.
  3. Flexible regulatory framework
    Companies have the ability to choose their primary market regulator from a country within our community of exchanges irrespective of where they list. This unique differentiator sets us apart from our closest competitor in London whose companies are  all governed by the UKLA regulatory framework.

 

This publication is issued by Euronext London. It is for information purposes and to promote the services of Euronext London. It does not constitute legal or investment advice. Euronext accepts no liability for this publication and no reliance should therefore be placed on it. It is not an offer, distribution, solicitation or recommendation to acquire or dispose of any financial instrument or to engage in any transaction. Persons wishing to trade products available on Euronext markets or wishing to offer such products to third parties are advised, before doing so, to check their legal and regulatory position in the relevant territory (in particular as to any applicable selling restrictions) and to understand the related risks. Shares can go down as well as up.
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