Globally recognised ABS listing venue
With offices on three continents and seven markets and MTFs, Euronext is a globally recognised listing venue for asset-backed securities that has enabled hundreds of issuers around the world to raise capital efficiently.
From mortgage loan providers to leading financial institutions, we have supported issuers of varying industries in listing all types of ABS, including leading financial services providers Together and Ice Global Credit.
Why list asset-backed securities on Euronext?
Our expert team guarantees quick review times
The listing fees are transparent and cost- effective
Open communication and dedicated experts
List your securities to attract investors
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Join the green ABS market
Back in 2016, when green ABS was mostly a new concept, Euronext became the first exchange to list a green Residential Mortgage-Backed Security (RMBS). Issued by Dutch residential mortgage provider Obvion N.V., it was a €500 million listing certified by the Climate Bonds Standard.
Today, our green and ESG bond market is evolving fast, attracting more and more green ABS listings. To respond to this growing demand, we have simplified the admission process for Euronext issuers.
Euronext operates six regulated markets in Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon, Paris and Oslo as well as two MTFs — Euronext Global Exchange Market and Euronext Access & Growth.
We can assist you in listing the full range of ABS structures, including CLO (Collateralised Loan obligations) ,MBS (Mortgage-Backed Securities), RMBS (Residential MBS), CMBS (Commercial MBS), CBO (Collateralised Bond Obligations), as well as ABS based on student loans, auto loans, leases, royalties, and so on. You can also add your ABS as green securities on Euronext ESG Bonds.
The EU Securitisation Regulation came into force in 2019 in order to harmonise investor protection and establish a general framework for securitisation across the union. It defines the framework for simple, transparent and standardised (STS) securitisation.
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