The following listing procedure applies to the listing of collective investment schemes:
The listing application must be submitted
- by a recognised representative pursuant to Art. 43 Listing Rules
- in writing
- in German, French, Italian or English
- no later than 20 trading days prior to the planned listing date.
The application must provide a short description of the securities and include a request regarding the first scheduled trading day.
Along with the requisite enclosures to the application pursuant to the Directive on the Procedures for Equity Securities, legally enforceable approval of the collective investment scheme from the Swiss Federal Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) must be submitted. In the case of foreign collective investment schemes, FINMA approval for distribution in Switzerland must be submitted. The listing prospectus is the latest version of the prospectus approved by FINMA and supplemented by technical information.
A market-making agreement must be concluded with SIX Swiss Exchange for the listing of Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) and Exchange Traded Structured Funds (ETSF).
Issuers that have already listed ETF on SIX Swiss Exchange must submit the listing application no later than 10 trading days prior to the scheduled first trading day (shortened deadline: see SIX Exchange Regulation Communiqué 03/2010).
Additional Rules Bonds
Additional Rules for the Listing of Bonds
Additional Rules Derivatives
Additional Rules for the Listing of Derivatives
Directive Recognised Representatives
Directive on the Recognition as Competent Issuers and Representatives
Directive Procedures Equity Securities
Directive on the Procedures for Equity Securities
Directive Delisting Collective Investment Schemes
Directive on Delisting of Domestic and Foreign Collective Investment Schemes
Amendments to the Additional Rules ARB, ARD and the DPDS
Consultation on amendments to the Additional Rules for the Listing of Bonds, the Additional Rules for the Listing of Derivatives and the Directive on the Procedures for Debt Securities.