A Truly International Bond Market
Bonds are a popular way to raise capital and offer investors specific possibilities. Due to their binding nature, bond prices on the Swiss Stock Exchange are the benchmark for investors. We provide an unequalled level of transparency by granting equal access to quotes and closing prices, new admissions – both recent and upcoming – as well as a list of all issuers.
The bond market on the Swiss Stock Exchange covers a wide range of instruments, including straight bonds, floating-rate notes, convertibles/exchangeables, asset-backed securities, green bonds and loan participation notes. Debt instruments can be listed in all major world currencies. In addition, there are around 2'100 international bonds avilable for trading on the Swiss Stock Exchange.
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ETF Market Report: 4th Quarter 2022
Discover the latest figures about the growth of the ETF segment at SIX Swiss Exchange, one of Europe’s top 3 ETF venues – including statistics for Quote on Demand (QOD).
Creating a Positive Momentum: How Stock Exchanges Contribute to Social Change
In an interview, Thomas Zeeb, Global Head Exchanges at SIX, outlines how stock exchanges have contributed to improving sustainability practices within the global financial ecosystem, driving capital flows towards more responsible investments. Furthermore, he outlines how distributed ledger technology (DLT) has the potential to support compliance activities.
SIX Swiss Exchange Reaches Record 1,700 ETFs
With over 1,700 ETFs, SIX Swiss Exchange offers investors more options than ever before and strengthens its position as one of the top 3 ETF venues in Europe.
“Now We Can Seize Opportunities More Agilely and Quickly”.
Accelleron is on course for success with turbochargers for large diesel engines. This technology makes drives in the marine, energy and rail industries more powerful, but also more climate-friendly. Accelleron emerged from ABB's turbocharger division and has been listed on SIX Swiss Exchange since the fall. In "CEO Talk" on Tele Züri, CEO Daniel Bischofberger talks about the advantages of the spin-off.