Why list ETFs on Euronext
A dynamic European ETF market A diverse pool of liquidity and investors Fastest listing process in Europe The fastest listing process in Europe, within 2 to 5 business days. Secure market Excellent market quality and heightened security with strong safeguards, ensuring liquidity and tight spreads. Fee incentives & specific requirements
- Great discounts on annual listing fees and an issuer incentive scheme based on ADV.
- Simplified rule-book for listing ETFs.
Tailor-made services Euronext also offers tailor-made services with the possibility for
- Multi-currency listing and trading (up to 20 currencies)
High-quality indices Leverage our wide range of trusted and high-quality indices to support your various ETF product creations.
How to list ETFs on our markets
Euronext Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris offer the following services
Recognition from the ETF industry
Euronext benefits from strong support from the ETF industry.
For the 4th year in a row, Euronext has won in the category “Best European Exchange for Listing ETFs” in the 2019 ETF Express Awards.
U.S. Select Sector UCITS SPDR ETF
The US Asset Management firm State Street Global Advisors listed 10 U.S. Select Sector UCITS SPDR ETFs on Euronext Amsterdam. This is the first time investors can directly invest in the US sector by using their local markets. Watch the video in which State Street Global Advisors' Philippe Roset explains the opportunities that these new ETFs offer to investors.
ETF trading on our markets
Once listed, your ETFs are available for trading on two trading venues:
Market quality and liquidity
- Euronext guarantees a high quality, secured market for your ETFs thanks to a reliable platform with strong safeguards ensuring liquidity and tight spreads even during high volatility periods.
- Efficient trading threshold are set up around the iNav (reference price), key tool to ensure high and consistent market quality.
- Trading shall be halted for at least 30 seconds if:
- Executable price is 1.5% away from iNAV for ETFs based on developed European equity, government bonds and money market indices, or
- Executable price is 3% away from iNAV for all other ETFs
- As soon as an ETF is halted, we will have an automatic unhalt triggered by our Trading Engine every 30 seconds, with a maximum of 22 consecutive attempts. The Market Surveillance team will receive an alert in parallel to sort this out.
- The team will also receive an alert if the level of the iNAV evolves too quickly between each level of iNAV (received every 15 seconds):
- If delta is > 1,5% for developed European equity, government bonds and money market indices.
- If delta is > 3% for all others ETFs.
- They will then check market makers contributions and will contact issuers if needed.