All issuers applying to have securities listed on the ISE must appoint a listing agent registered as such with the ISE. In order to be so eligible, the listing agent must be:
(i) a credit institution as defined in point (a) of Article 1(1) of Directive 2000/12/EC;
(ii) a third country credit institution having its registered office in a state which is a member of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development; or
(iii) an international legal firm with an established debt capital markets practice providing professional advice to issuers and arrangers in the international markets; or
(iv) a corporate finance firm providing professional advice to issuers of debt and derivative securities in the international markets.
Please see details of Listing Agents that we work with on a daily basis – this list is not exhaustive. Law firms do, occasionally, act in the Listing Agent capacity.