The listing procedure for debt securities (bonds and derivatives) is essentially based on the Directive Procedures Debt Securities (DPDS).
Bonds may be admitted to provisional trading within three trading days after the application is submitted via Internet Based Listing (IBL). The issuer is required to submit a listing application no later than two months after provisional admission to trading.
The listing application with enclosures (specifically the listing prospectus) must be submitted
- by a recognized representative pursuant to Art. 43 Listing Rules
- in writing
- in German, French, Italian or English.
The listing prospectus must be published no later than the day of listing.
New issuers are subject to a preverification procedure before their bonds can be admitted to provisional trading.
The suitability for listing of new transaction structures must first be assessed for provisional admission to trading by the Regulatory Board.
Additional Rules Bonds
Additional Rules for the Listing of Bonds
Directive Procedures Debt Securities
Directive on the Procedures for Debt Securities
Regulatory Board Communiqué No. 1/2018
Directive on the Use of the Electronic CONNEXOR Listing Enhancement Platform for the Listing of Derivatives
Electronic transmission of listing applications for derivatives - Annex 1
User account opening form for natural persons
Electronic transmission of listing applications for derivatives - Annex 2
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
General Conditions for Internet-Based Listing of Securities
These General Conditions set out the requirements for using the services provided in connection with Internet-based listing of securities ("IBL").