Listing Agent

Role:

  • acts as the intermediary between Euronext Dublin and the issuer, arranger and legal counsel;
  • ensures approval of the issuer’s listing documents by Euronext Dublin;
  • liaises with Euronext Dublin to ensure successful listing of securities on the regulated market or Global Exchange Market.

Become an agent:

All issuers (other than public sector issuers) applying to have securities listed on Euronext Dublin must appoint a listing agent registered as such with Euronext Dublin. In order to be so eligible, the listing agent must be either:

  1. a credit institution as defined in point (a) of Article 1(1) of Directive 2000/12/EC;
  2. a third country credit institution having its registered office in a state which is a member of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development;

  3. an international legal firm with an established debt capital markets practice providing professional advice to issuers and arrangers in the international markets; or

  4. a sponsor registered with Euronext Dublin that, as part of its business, provides professional advice to issuers of debt and derivative securities in the international markets.

Notify us if you intend to act as a direct listing agent by email to debt@euronext.com

You can also appoint a third party listing agent to act on your behalf. 

Note: The CBI has its own appointment process. You must enter into a Prospectus Advisor Agreement with the CBI. Please contact debt@corporatefinance-cbi.ie

Current list of agents:

You can also appoint a third party listing agent to act on your behalf. 

Euronext Dublin Listing Agents

Contacts

Mark Kennedy

Regulation Manager

+353 (0) 1 6174334

mkennedy@euronext.com