Euronext

Equities

Euronext is one of the largest exchange networks in the world, making listed-company equities accessible to a global pool of institutional and retail investors.

Euronext is one of the largest exchange networks in the world, with access to a global pool of institutional and retail investors. Listed companies are subject to a number of rules decreed by the European Union that are applicable to all regulated markets in the EU. Euronext is structured and operated in a centralized market environment for all listed companies, enhancing financial transparency. This harmonized environment ensures the highest standards of financial reporting and accounting are practiced, to the benefit of a large base of international investors.

Euronext is segmented according to market capitalization:

  • Compartment A: companies with a market capitalization of more than €1 billion.
  • Compartment B: companies valued between €150 million and €1 billion.
  • Compartment C: companies with a market capitalization of less than €150 million.

Market Locations

When going public on Euronext, companies choose their point of entry to find the marketplace that best suits its activity. This will determine which national regulator will have supervisory competence. 

Amsterdam  -  Brussels  -  Lisbon  -  London  -  Paris

 

Bonds

By issuing debt securities through Euronext, companies gain access to one of the most secured and orderly secondary trading markets in the world, thereby benefiting from greater visibility and increased liquidity.  Bond Financing

Companies Listed on Euronext:

  • Demonstrate transparency for their shareholders.
  • Benefit from the support and services of Euronext.
  • Benefit from the expertise of the largest stock exchange in the Euro zone.

Account Advisors

The Euronext professional team will help your company navigate through the legal and accounting procedures, submit forms and applications, and launch an IPO.  Account Advisors

Listing Fees

To issue initial public shares and maintain a listing on Euronext’s regulated markets, a company is accountable for several types of fees.  Listing Fees