Private investors cannot trade directly with the Exchange. They require a bank, broker or private wealth manager to execute your order on the Euronext trading platform. Our broker list provides you with an overview of accredited intermediaries.
Notícias da Bolsa
Know more about the activity of Euronext in Portugal throught a news section directed to the Portuguese speaker community. This news bulletin in available in Portuguese only.
Capital markets listing
A listing on the stock exchange allows your company to raise capital to finance operations, enhance its visibility and credibility and provide liquidity to its shareholders while retaining control.
Is your company suitable for a listing?
Visit the Raise Capital section on this website and learn all about a listing on the Lisbon market or contact us and we will be happy to discuss with you all the possibilities.
Euronext Securities / Porto
Euronext Securities is the new name for Euronext’s CSD activity, uniting the four CSDs that now make up the Euronext CSD network. Euronext Securities is the Euronext CSD network connecting European economies to global capital markets.
Euronext Securities / Porto is the leading Custody and Settlement CSD in Portugal, which integrates the Euronext group’s network of CSDs, and allows connections to the rest of Europe. Integrated in the European framework of T2S and CSD regulation, Euronext Securities / Porto is the right partner to expand our clients' opportunities in the Global Markets. We provide secure and resilient settlement and custody solutions and a portfolio of services to support our clients along the entire value chain. At the heart of the market infrastructure, we offer market participants an improved experience by streamlining operations and processes across our CSDs, supported by our continuously evolving technology. We ensure that we meet our clients’ needs by combining our global reach with multi-local, European expertise.
Porto Technology Centre
24/7 dynamic hub, our centre of expertise for Information Security and Surveillance Centre. A team full of talent, commitment, energy, innovation and power.
The Portuguese Securities Market Commission (CMVM) is the regulatory authority for Euronext Lisbon. CMVM is in charge of supervising and regulating capital markets, and those active within these markets.
Banco de Portugal is responsible for the supervision of the banking system.
Within its supervision role:
CMVM follows the activity of the entities under its supervision
monitors compliance with laws and regulations
files registries with a legality control purpose
imposes sanctions within its range of powers and
issues ordinances and specific recommendations.
A single Euronext Rule Book governs trading on all Euronext Securities and Derivatives Markets. It contains both harmonised and non-harmonised, or local, rules.
The harmonised rules are as follows :
Rule Book I contains the Harmonised Rules, including rules of conduct and of enforcement, designed to protect the markets, as well as rules on listing, trading and membership;
Notices regarding the organisation of Trading
Notices regarding the organisation of Members
Notices regarding the organisation of Issuers
The non-harmonised rules are as follows:
Rule Book II and Notices applicable to Euronext Lisbon, the regulated market operated by Euronext Lisbon