Exchange Traded Products (ETPs)
ETPS are secured, bearer debt securities that do not earn interest. They replicate the performance of an underlying
asset on an unchanged or leveraged basis. These financial products are not investment funds and thus not governed
by the Swiss Federal Act on Collective Investment Schemes (CISA). In most cases, the collateral (securities or
precious metals) is deposited with a third party. The underlying assets are usually single commodities, but may
also be baskets, indices or other asset classes.
Guideline: List of Trading Charges
stipulates all fees which apply to on-exchange trading on SIX Swiss Exchange. The other directives contain
further specific provisions.
Information about the individual trading segments
The Trading Guides provide traders and participants
with information on the applicable rules governing trading. "Trading Guide" is the collective term for
product guides and other types of information.
Product Guide - Fund Market and ETP contains the
full range of trading provisions governing trading times, tick size, trading interruptions, reporting, etc.
For information on admission and listing, please refer to the SIX Exchange Regulation website. This
website also contains details of other securities exchange legislation.