The listing of a company or, as it were, the company’s securities on SIX Swiss Exchange involves the verification of all listing-relevant criteria and documentation. The applicable regulations for a listing are laid out in the Listing Rules and the various additional rules, and are specified in Directives, Circulars and Messages.

As the result of its listing, the issuer becomes subject to maintained listing requirements such as the obligation to publish periodical financial reports as well as the duty to comply with rules governing ad hoc publicity, applicable accounting standards, the disclosure of financial interests, corporate governance and the disclosure of management transaction.

Not all securities traded on SIX Swiss Exchange are actually listing on the Exchange: for example, certain international bonds that are listed on some other exchange recognised by SIX Swiss Exchange are merely “admitted to trading.”

See alsoAdmission to trading