How to list on Euronext Dublin

Listing on Euronext Dublin requires a dual submission to Euronext Dublin and the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI). Euronext Dublin is the competent authority for listing and admission to trading. The CBI is the competent authority for the review and approval of a prospectus. Full details on how to list are set out below.

First submission

  1. Submit your (a) draft prospectus and (b) Euronext Dublin Listing Conditions Checklist to debt@euronext.com
  2. Submit your (a) draft prospectus (b) draft non-applicable letter and (c) applicable Prospectus Regulation Annexes to debt@corporatefinance-cbi.ie
  3. You will receive comments from Euronext Dublin and CBI within three business days.

Subsequent submissions

  1. Submit your (a) draft prospectus and (b) replies to Euronext Dublin comments to debt@euronext.com
  2. Submit your (a) draft prospectus (b) draft non-applicable letter and (c) replies to CBI comments to debt@corporatefinance-cbi.ie
  3. You will receive comments from Euronext Dublin and CBI within two business days.

Approval submission

  1. Submit your (a) final prospectus (b) final replies to Euronext Dublin comments (c) Euronext Dublin support documentation and (d) confirmation of payment to debt@euronext.com before 10:00 GMT on the approval date.
  2. Submit your (a) final prospectus (b) final non-applicable letter (c) final replies to CBI comments (d) CBI support documentation and (e) confirmation of payment to debt@corporatefinance-cbi.ie before 10:00 GMT on the approval date.
  3. When the CBI approves your prospectus it will notify you and Euronext Dublin. We will then confirm our approval and your listing and admission to trading.

Exceptions

Final terms
  • Submit to Euronext Dublin at debt@euronext.com before 14:00 GMT one business day prior to listing.
Financial supplements
Non-financial supplements
Short term paper
  • Submit your draft information memorandum to ecp@euronext.com.
  • We will return our comments within two business days of first submission and within one day of subsequent submissions.
  • For approval submit your (a) final information memorandum (b) final replies to Euronext Dublin comments (c) Euronext Dublin support documentation and (d) confirmation of payment to ecp@euronext.com before 14:00 GMT.

We will confirm our approval, listing and admission to trading

All issuers (other than public sector issuers) applying to have securities listed on Euronext Dublin must appoint a listing agent registered as such with Euronext Dublin. See the role, becoming an agent and current list of agents

You can electronically publish documents on our website.

Publish as part of your approval submission

  1. Include any document/s to be published as part of your approval submission.
  2. Payment of €200 (plus VAT where applicable) for each document should be made together with applicable listing fees.

Publish a document for an existing issuer

  1. Complete this email submission template and send it together with document/s to be published to publication@euronext.com
  2. A fee of €200 (plus VAT where applicable) is payable for each document. Payment may be made via (1) PayPal (2) electronic transfer (3) existing bulk account.

Notes:

  • Documents must be submitted in PDF format.

  • Documents must be no bigger than 50MB.

  • Only available to issuers approved to list on Euronext Dublin.

Listing agent

Interested in becoming a listing agent on our Dublin market(s)?

Learn about the requirements and procedure

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Contacts

Byrne Anthony

Anthony Byrne

Vice President of International Primary Markets Nordic, Baltic, Benelux, France, Canada, Australia

+353 (0)1 6174206

anbyrne@euronext.com

Johnston James

James Johnston

Vice President of International Primary Markets UK, US, Asia, Middle East, Eastern Europe, Russia, Germany

+353 (0)1 6174203

jjohnston@euronext.com

Pastore Maurizio

Maurizio Pastore

Vice President of International Primary Markets South Europe, Latin America, Africa, Turkey

+353 (0)1 6174284

mpastore@euronext.com