Admission and Listing Procedures for the Regulated Market or Inclusion in the Vienna MTF

On the Vienna Stock Exchange, the admission to listing or inclusion (Vienna MTF) of structured products or issuance programs is characterized by fast procedures and low fees. When an issuance program is admitted to the Vienna Stock Exchange or included in trading, no separate admission procedures or inclusion procedures are required for each of the individual product issued under the program. Trading in structured products may start soon after the Vienna Stock Exchange has received the final terms.

The admission of structured products to listing must be applied for by the issuer for the admission segment regulated by law (Official Market).

Structured products are included in trading in the Vienna MTF upon the request of the exchange operating company, the issuer, one exchange member, one credit institution, one investment firm or one attorney at law or of a law firm.

The Official Market is a regulated market in the meaning of the MiFID.

Below is a brief overview of the regulated market and of the multilateral trading facility (Vienna MTF):

Vienna MTF
ApplicantIssuer plus stock
exchange member
the exchange operating company,
the issuer,
an exchange member,
a credit institution,
an investment firm,
one attorney at law
or of a law firm
issue size
EUR 250,000not required
(exemption possible)
not required
number of units
10.000not required
Free floatnot quantifiednot required

Listing fees for structured products

Steps to listing/inclusion in trading

  • Informal contact with the Vienna Stock Exchange
  • Submission of the required documents to the Vienna Stock Exchange
  • Admission procedures and inclusion procedures
  • Start of trading

The admission for listing of structured products takes just a few days at Vienna Stock Exchange. Listing is possible very soon after admission for listing.

For detailed information concerning admission and listing/inclusion in trading of structured products please contact: