Various categories of securities are listed on SIX Swiss Exchange. The listing procedure and the enclosures to be submitted differ according to security type.
The following securities may be listed on SIX Swiss Exchange:
- equities, participation certificates and profit-sharing certificates
- global depositary receipts
- collective investment schemes (exchange-traded funds, exchange-traded structured funds, investment and real-estate funds)
- exchange-traded products
The listing procedure on SIX Swiss Exchange differs depending on security category. With bonds and derivatives, the web-based application CONNEXOR Listing is used.
With all security categories, the listing application must be submitted by a representative recognized by SIX Exchange Regulation as competent to do so.
Various documents must be submitted along with the listing application, including a listing prospectus containing the information required in accordance with the applicable prospectus scheme. Each issuer must also sign a Declaration of Consent at the time of initial listing of securities. In this, the issuer or guarantor acknowledges the SIX Swiss Exchange listing rules as binding and agrees that the SIX Swiss Exchange Board of Arbitration will be competent for handling any disputes.
Annex 1 - Directive CONNEXOR Listing Enhancement
User account opening form for natural persons
Annex 2 Directive CONNEXOR Listing Enhancement
User account opening form for system accounts
Consultation on the complete revision of the Directive on the Recognition as Competent Issuers and Representatives (DRR)
Consultation draft (complete revision) of the new Directive on Recognised Representation: Overview of changes intended to the Listing Rules (LR) and the List of Charges (LOC)
Consultation draft (complete revision) of the new Directive on Recognised Representation
Declaration in accordance with Art. 4 para. 1 point 8 of the Directive on the Procedures for Exchange Traded Products (DPETP)
Zustimmungserklärung Sponsored Anlagefonds, German
Der sponsernde Effektenhändler im Sinn von (Art. 3 Abs. 4) des Reglements für die Zulassung zum Handel von Anlagefonds im SIX Swiss Exchange-Sponsored Anlagefondssegment erklärt, dass:
Zustimmungserklärung Sponsored Foreign Shares, German
Der sponsernde Effektenhändler im Sinn von (Art. 3 Abs. 3) des Reglements für die Zulassung zum Handel von Beteiligungsrechten im SIX Swiss Exchange-Sponsored Segment erklärt, dass: