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.
Deal Pool: Efficient. Standardized. Secure.
Deal Pool offers institutional investors and banks information on upcoming Swiss Franc bond offerings in a timely, standardized, convenient and traceable way.Discover more
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Swiss-Made. World-Class: It’s All in the Quality.
Thomas Zeeb, Head Markets at SIX, explains the crucial role of the Swiss Stock Exchange for Switzerland’s economy, the importance of the Spanish Stock Exchange, outlines what the world’s financial infrastructure of the future could look like and talks about the global ambitions of SIX.
The Swiss Stock Exchange Welcomes New Product Issuer SEBA Bank
With the listing of four new ETPs tomorrow, SEBA Bank is joining SIX as the third new crypto ETP issuer this year and thereby further enlarging the choice of tradable products with a crypto-currency underlying at the Swiss Stock Exchange.
SIX Welcomes SEBA Bank as New ETP Issuer
Tomorrow, the Swiss Stock Exchange will welcome SEBA Bank as a new ETP issuer. SEBA Bank is the third ETP issuer joining in 2021 and with its four ETPs further enlarges the choice of products with a crypto-currency underlying at SIX.
An Industry-Wide Consensus
At the Leaders in Trading Buy-Side Awards, “unprecedented” has been most frequently used word to describe the year 2020. How this applies to the Swiss Stock Exchange is summarized in a new video by Jennifer Hlad, Head of Equity Sales UK & Ireland.