A. Registration of an issuance programme
Registration of issuance programmes
1 ETPs may be listed on the basis of an issuance programme as described in Art. 16 para. 1 only if the issuer has submitted the issuance programme and the sample of the final term sheet to the Regulatory Board in advance for review and registration, in accordance with the registration procedure laid down by the Regulatory Board.
2 Once it has been approved, an issuer may use an issuance programme for a period of 12 months.
Application and deadlines
1 An issuance programme will be registered in response to an application submitted in writing, by regular mail.
2 The application must be submitted no later than 20 exchange days prior to the desired registration date.
Annexes to the application
The following annexes must accompany the duly signed registration application submitted in connection with the registration of an issuance programme:
- issuance programme that has been duly signed by the issuer;
- declaration from the issuer in which it confirms that:
- its responsible bodies agree to the approval of the issuance programme;
- the issuance programme is complete in the sense of the applicable listing rules and regulations, and the information that is given is correct;
- it has read and acknowledges the Listing Rules, with their Additional Rules and the corresponding implementing provisions, as well as the Rules of Procedure and sanction regulations of SIX Swiss Exchange, and that it recognises them expressly in the form of a declaration of consent. The issuer recognises the Board of Arbitration determined by SIX Swiss Exchange, and expressly agrees to be bound by an arbitration agreement. The issuer further recognises that continued listing is conditional upon its agreeing to be bound by the version of the legal foundations that is in force at any given time;
- it will pay the charges that are levied for reviewing and registering the issuance programme.