Euronext Regulated Markets

Regulated Markets operated by Euronext (Securities and Derivatives)

Euronext operates five Securities Markets in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris. Euronext also operates four Euronext Derivatives Markets in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris.

These Euronext Markets are Regulated Markets within the meaning of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID). They are connected via a single trading platform and a unique single order book, enabling investors to benefit from being able to trade, clear and settle in a uniform way across various jurisdictions whilst also accessing a broad and deep pool of liquidity.

The integration of Euronext’s markets in Europe has been fostered and accompanied by regulatory harmonisation. A single Euronext Rule Book governs trading on all Euronext Securities and Derivatives Markets. It contains both harmonised and non-harmonised - or local - rules and may be accessed from the website.

Notices implement and interpret the provisions of the Euronext Rule Books. The Notices adopted by Euronext in respect of Book I apply to all Euronext markets (unless otherwise specified), while those for Book II are specific to local markets. Notices that are specific to Securities or Derivatives Markets are identified as such.

The harmonised rules are as follows  :

The non harmonised rules are as follows  :

  • Rule Book II and Notices applicable to Euronext Amsterdam, the regulated market operated by Euronext Amsterdam NV;
  • Rule Book II and Notices applicable to Euronext Brussels, the regulated market operated by Euronext Brussels SA/NV .
  • Rule Book II and Notices applicable to Euronext Lisbon the regulated market operated by Euronext Lisbon – Sociedade Gestora de Mercados Regulamentados, S.A.,
  • Rule Book II and Notices applicable to Euronext London, the regulated market operated by Euronext London Limited
  • Rule Book II and Notices  applicable to Euronext Paris the regulated market operated by Euronext Paris S.A.,

The regulators in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Portugal and the United Kingdom approve the relevant market rules, either collectively (Book I) or in respect to their own jurisdictions (Book II).