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Listing on the Stock Exchange in Liechtenstein

Listing on the Stock Exchange in Liechtenstein

Updated on Friday 16th June 2017

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Listing-on-the-Stock-Exchange-in-Liechtenstein.jpgEven though Liechtenstein doesn’t have a stock exchange based on the EU (European Union) rules and regulations the companies registered here can be present on the stock exchange markets in Europe. The Swiss Stock Exchange is preferred among participants from the US who want to list their businesses for further profits. The FMA (Financial Market Authority) oversees any financial transaction registered in the Principality and also outside the country where complete transparency is requested. If you want to list your company on the stock exchange, it is best to solicit help and legal support from our lawyers in Liechtenstein

Listing under the FMA supervision in Liechtenstein

The Financial Market Authority in the Principality is the main body which supervises the companies registered in Liechtenstein and listed on the stock exchange in Europe. It is good to know that companies need to consider the rules and regulations imposed by the FMA, such us:
complete transparency when entering the stock exchange;
complete attention to the financial market guidelines.
Any financial operation on the stock exchange in Europe with participants from Liechtenstein is reported to the FMA which strongly collaborates with the ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority), another important entity in financial matters. Additional details about how to list your company on the stock exchange can be obtained from attorneys in Liechtenstein.

The Swiss Stock Exchange

The Swiss Stock Exchange deals with millions of transactions every day, where investors worldwide, but especially from the USA communicate their instructions about selling and/or buying shares which are immediately placed on the stock market in the form of securities. This stock exchange is related to the financial entities in Liechtenstein. Investors have the possibility of using the Swiss Stock Exchange for company listing, as the country does not own a  stock exchange.  
For extra information in this matter, we invite you to contact our law firm in Liechtenstein.



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