Listing on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange is ideal for companies or organisations that seek international access to markets. Issuers can be assured of a high degree of professionalism based on extensive experience in the listing and trading of securities from around the world.
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange has a history of innovation. It was the first exchange to list a Eurobond, in 1963. Since then it has become Europe’s leading location for the listing of international bonds and an important location for the listing of Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs), the first of which was listed in Luxembourg in 1990.
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange was the first European stock exchange to enter the sukuk market, in 2002. Since then it has admitted to trading 16 sukuk, including issuers from Malaysia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The Exchange also lists Islamic investment funds.
All securities listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange are registered with international clearing and settlement organisations and are traded on the Universal Trading Platform (UTP).
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange offers a high quality service and a straightforward listing procedure. Issuers have the advantage of listing on a well-known European exchange, while benefiting from a competitive fee structure.
A variety of services related to data and document publication and dissemination throughout the life of the issue are also available.