The leading venue for Irish equity trading
We offer our domestic and international trading members
- the main pool of liquidity for Irish equities
- the most efficient marketplace for trading in Irish equities
- cost-effective and easily accessible trading and post-trade systems in partnership with Deutsche Börse (ISE T7), Euroclear UK & Ireland (CREST) and Eurex Clearing AG (CCP)
- a competitive pricing model which incentivises our members to increase their trading activity
- a trading system that enhances the performance, latency and capacity of our equity market.
Become a trading member
We offer a prompt membership and connectivity process. Connecting to Euronext Dublin is straightforward and is further simplified with an existing T7 connectivity on Deutsche Börse or Eurex. Call us if you are interested in becoming a member firm.
Current members list
*Firms who wish to avail of our reduced order execution fees for algorithmic trading flow must sign and submit the Automated Trading Programme (ATP) Agreement and the Application for the Approval of an ATP User-ID form.
**This fee applies to off-order book equity and ETF deals reported through the ISE OBOE system. A fee of €10 per trade report applies to deals submitted to Euronext Dublin for other securities.
ISE T7 trading system
ISE T7 is the current electronic order book trading system for shares and ETFs. It is fully MiFID II/MiFIR compliant and offers members various order types and also quote functionality.
ISE T7 operates on the latest version of T7, currently Release 7.0. Further information on Release 7.0 is contained in the following documents, with all Release 7.0 documents in the dedicated section below.
ISE OBOE system
ISE OBOE is the current system for the submission of off order book on exchange trade reports and complies with MiFID/MiFIR requirements. Members can connect to the ISE OBOE system via
Members can connect and set-up users to the OBOE system via the regulatory report hub of Deutsche Börse
We have established partnerships with international post-trade systems for the clearing and settlement of Euronext Dublin trades. Clearing is carried out by Eurex Clearing AG and settlement is provided by Euroclear UK & Ireland via the CREST system. For more information on clearing and settlement, please visit our Clearing and Settlement page or contact us directly.
Registered trader forms
Euronext Dublin migration
As part of the Euronext Group, it is planned that Euronext Dublin trading will be integrated onto Optiq® and the related Euronext systems.
This will include:
The migration to the Euronext systems is planned to go-live on 4th February 2019. Full details of the scope and testing requirements, including the mandatory conformance tests and Dress Rehearsal are contained in the Migration Guidelines.
Optiq® technical documentation is available on the Euronext website: www.euronext.com/optiq/documentation
For further information please see the following Info Flashes:
Published 9 July 2018: Euronext Dublin Instruments Migration to Optiq and Related Euronext Systems: High-Level Plan (474 KB)
Published 20 July 2018: Euronext Dublin Migration Key Milestones and Technical Specifications Update (483 KB)
Published 3 August 2018: Euronext Dublin Optiq P-EUA Configuration, Migration Guidelines and Documentation Update (480 KB)
Published 27 September 2018: Euronext Dublin Migration Plan Update (482 KB)
Published 9 November 2018: Euronext Dublin Migration Update and Mandatory Tests (481 KB)
Published 11 January 2019: Euronext Dublin 2nd Dress Rehearsal Guidelines and Documentation Update (479 KB)
Published 23 January 2019: Euronext Dublin Go-Live Date Confirmation and Preparation Session (465 KB)
MiFID II liquidity providers
Euronext Dublin operates one Liquidity Provider Programme under MiFID II. Firms engaged in algorithmic trading to pursue a market making strategy and meeting the defined criteria set out in MiFID II are required to register and meet the following obligations for all relevant Euronext Dublin securities:
During stressed market conditions no maximum bid-ask spread will apply.
* 5% also constitutes the maximum bid-ask range for the purposes of firms assessing the competitive prices of their orders.
A list of firms signed up to the Liquidity Provider Programme, including the financial instruments covered, is set out below:
Member Firm Rules
Trading calendar and trading hours
Equity Trading Calendar 2019 (289 KB)