Our ETF listing approval provides access to trade on EU markets


The advisory costs for a listing with us is significantly lower than those incurred in other markets


We can list your ETF within two days

Specific requirements

We have bespoke listing requirements for ETFs


Listing process

1. Appoint a sponsor

The sponsor will advise and assist you during the listing process.

2. Approval of listing particulars

The sponsor submits listing particulars for review by our regulatory team.

3. Filing

Once approved, the listing particulars, together with the sponsor's and directors' declaration forms are signed and filed with Euronext Dublin.

4. Listing

Once shares or units in the fund are issued, the listing will proceed on the day requested.

5. Trading

Admission to the relevant market can take place subject to local requirements.


Investment fund sponsors

The sponsor is responsible for dealing with Euronext Dublin on all matters for listing.

Ongoing obligations

Once listed a fund is subject to ongoing requirements which are detailed in the funds listing rules.These include:

  • File annual accounts within six months of period end
  • Notify the fund NAV immediately upon calculation
  • Announce material new developments or operational changes

Product guides

Rules and forms

List of ETFs

List of ETFs (72 KB)


Once listed, how do I notify Euronext Dublin of a Net Asset Value?

A secure process for notifying single and multiple NAVs is available through ISEdirect.

You need to register on ISEdirect to access this service. Find out more information about NAV submission services.

Does a fund have to be established for a particular period before it can list?

No. Newly established funds may be listed.

Are funds which are registered and domiciled in Ireland treated differently?

Yes. We ensure a streamlined system to facilitate the smooth listing of funds which are registered with and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

Is a fund registered or domiciled in the EU suitable for listing?

Yes. We list funds which are registered or domiciled in almost every established funds centre in the world.

Do you lists fund domiciled outside the EU?

Yes. We list funds which are registered or domiciled in almost every established funds centre in the world.

Must a fund be supervised by a regulatory body to be suitable for listing?

No. However, a fund which is not subject to regulation within the EU, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, Bermuda, Hong Kong, Australia, Canada, Japan, Singapore or the United States must be confined to sophisticated investors, (i.e. have a minimum subscription of US$100,000).

What legal structures can be listed?

A fund may be either open or closed–ended. A fund may be a company, unit trust, limited partnership or other legal entity with limited liability.

Are funds restricted from making certain investments?

A listed fund is free to invest in any type of investment. It must comply with the requirements for risk spreading. Direct investment in real property and commodities is, however, restricted.

May a fund borrow or leverage?

Yes.  A fund can borrow or leverage any amount provided that the fund’s policy in this area is clear and that any limits are disclosed in the listing document.


Gerry Sugrue, VP - International Primary Markets, Euronext

Gerry Sugrue

+353 1 6174280



Nicholas Weir, Business Development Analyst, Euronext Dublin

Nicholas Weir

+353 1 6174219