Pioneering European ETFs
The Swiss Stock Exchange is a European pioneer of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), having listed its first ETF in 2000. It is now home to one of the most innovative and broadest ETF markets in Europe and a leading destination for ETFs worldwide, with around 1,600 ETFs available to trade from 27 issuers and supported by 18 market makers. In addition our market is designed to make ETF trading as easy and convenient as possible.
We offer ETFs in asset classes as diverse as equities, commodities, fixed income and the money market, as well as ETFs tracking specific themes, industries, sectors and strategies, including blockchain technology and smart beta, real estate and socially responsible products (SRI or ESG), small caps, low volatility, and leveraged and factor products. Short ETFs may also be traded on the exchange, enabling investors to generate returns in bear markets.
Your Benefits on the Swiss Stock Exchange
Broad, Innovative Product Range
Trade around 1,600 ETFs from 28 issuers across traditional asset classes, various regions and innovative investment themes.
The higher the level of transparency, the easier it is for you to make the right decisions. On our website we publish extensive trading information.
As an investor you have the benefit of trading in one of eight currencies suited to you - CHF, EUR, USD, GBP, AUD, CAD, JPY and SGD.
"At The Close" orders for ETF trading, both with and without Closing Auction bring together buyers and sellers and drive greater liquidity.
Trade Large ETF Positions: Quote on Demand (QOD)
The new Quote on Demand order book allows institutional investors to directly contact multiple liquidity providers via a bidding process, trade large ETF and ETP positions in a straightforward way, and then settle them via a central counterparty (CCP). There is also an option to expand the QOD request onto the Quote Driven Market with pre-trade transparency.Find out more
The Swiss Stock Exchange publishes the ETF Market Report. The quarterly report provides detailed figures about the development of the ETF segment to investors, market participants and the interested public. It provides a broad insight in trading activity, trends and changes in the Swiss ETF market. If you would like to recieve the ETF Market Report by e-mail, please contact us. Want to receive the ETF Market Report on a regular basis? Sign up here.
The world of passive investment products in a practical overview (only available in German).