An application must be submitted before securities can be listed.
The listing application must be submitted
In addition, to applications for new listings, an application must be submitted for the following transactions types:
The listing prospectus (where necessary) must be published no later than the day of listing.
The Regulatory Board reviews the application on the basis of the documents submitted and approves it if the prerequisites under the Listing Rules are fulfilled.
In principle, the issuer itself decides on the delisting of equity securities it has issued. The periods between the announcement of a delisting by means of an Official Notice and decision by SIX Exchange Regulation and the last trading day on SIX Swiss Exchange are based on the Directive on the Delisting of Equity Securities, Derivatives and Exchange Traded Products.
Shareholders may appeal to the Appeals Board against decisions on applications for delisting within 20 trading days after the publication of that decision on the SIX Exchange Regulation website, if they have an interest worthy of protection in having the decision amended.
Shareholders may challenge the delisting decision only in respect of the period between the delisting announcement and the last day of trading.
Directive on the Recognition as Competent Issuers and Representatives
Directive on the Procedures for Equity Securities
Directive on Delisting of Equity Securities, Derivatives and Exchange Traded Products
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.
Form for provisional admission of derivatives
These General Conditions set out the requirements for using the services provided in connection with Internet-based listing of securities ("IBL").
Information from the Disclosure Office in connection with the modification of the reporting obligation for persons with the power to exercise voting rights by the FINMA