The Irish Stock Exchange (the ISE) is a key part of Ireland’s financial services infrastructure, providing markets for companies to raise capital and trading services which enable active and efficient trading in a wide range of securities.
In existence since 1793, and owned by its founding brokers, the ISE:
- is a global leader in the listing of international fund and debt securities, delivering an efficient and high quality service to worldwide issuers seeking a European listing at a cost-competitive price
- acts as a centre for Irish companies to raise funds for growth and a focal point of liquidity for trading in Irish equities and the trade reporting of Irish Government bonds for international market participants
- provides a range of real time and historical market data such as prices, turnover and ISEQ indices information.
Click on the links below to find out more about the ISE's services
The ISE is a member of the World Federation of Exchanges www.world-exchanges.org and the Federation of European Stock Exchanges www.fese.be.
The ISE is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland, www.centralbank.ie and authorised under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID). Click to find out more about the ISE'sregulatory activities.