Listing of ETPs, warrants and structured products

Oslo Børs offers listing of ETPs (Exchange Traded Products), warrants and structured products. For financial institutions that meet the requirements for listing and wish to have these products listed on Oslo Børs, we offer a speedy process for admission to listing and competitive pricing.

Listing of ETFs

Oslo Børs offers listing of ETFs that have share portfolios, share indices, commodities and similar instruments as the underlying contract.

The listing process

The formal process for admitting an ETF to listing on Oslo Børs is as follows:

  • Application submitted to Oslo Børs, together with a prospectus or draft prospectus
  • Oslo Børs decides whether to admit the ETF to listing
  • The final version of the prospectus is submitted to Oslo Børs for inspection and approval, and must be published before the ETF is admitted to listing
  • The requirements stipulated by Oslo Børs for admission to listing must be satisfied no later than the day before the first day of listing

Oslo Børs carries out an efficient, but nonetheless thorough, process to evaluate the application and approve the prospectus.

ETFs are listed in the OBEF-segment of the equity trading system, and requires equity membership for trading.

Exchange Rules

ETF rules (pdf, 267 kB)

Fees

ETFs are subject to a registration fee and an annual listing fee.

Listing of ETNs

Oslo Børs offers listing of ETNs that have shares, share portfolios, commodities and similar instruments as the underlying contract.

The listing process

If an issuer already has ETNs listed on Oslo Børs, the process of applying for additional standard products to be admitted to listing will take no more than two days.

In the case of a new issuer, or the admission to listing of new types of ETNs, the formal process for listing on Oslo Børs is expected to take around two weeks. This assumes that the issuer has prepared a satisfactory prospectus that is approved, and that the issuer satisfies the other requirements set out in the rules for ETNs.

The issuer must also allow time to make the necessary internal preparations. Oslo Børs welcomes an extensive informal dialogue even at this early stage. Any questions in respect of the inspection and approval of prospectuses or other matters related to listing may be sent by e-mail to etp@oslobors.no.

ETNs are listed in the OBEN-segment of the equity trading system, and requires equity membership for trading.

Exchange rules and application requirements

Fees

ETNs listed are subject to a registration fee and a quarterly listing fee.

Listing of warrants

Oslo Børs offers listing of Plain Vanilla Warrants and Mini Futures that have shares or other instruments as underlying.

The listing process

If an issuer already has warrants listed on Oslo Børs, the process of applying for additional standard products to be admitted to listing will take no more than two days.

In the case of a new issuer, or the admission to listing of new types of warrants, the formal process for listing on Oslo Børs is expected to take around two weeks. This assumes that the issuer has prepared a satisfactory prospectus that is approved, and that the issuer satisfies the other requirements set out in the rules for warrants.

The issuer must also allow time to make the necessary internal preparations. Oslo Børs welcomes an extensive informal dialogue even at this early stage. Any questions in respect of the inspection and approval of prospectuses or other matters related to listing may be sent by e-mail to etp@oslobors.no.

Plain Vanilla Warrants and Mini Futures are listed in the OBWR-segment of the equity trading system, and requires equity membership for trading.

Exchange rules and application requirements

Warrant and ETN rules (pdf, 490 kB)

Fees

Warrants listed are subject to a registration fee and a quarterly listing fee.

Listing of structured products

Oslo Børs offers listing of structured products that have shares, indices, currencies, commodities, or combinations of these as underlying

The listing process

If an issuer already has structured products listed on Oslo Børs, the process of applying for additional standard products to be admitted to listing will take no more than two days.

In the case of a new issuer, or the admission to listing of new types of structured products, the formal process for listing on Oslo Børs is expected to take around two weeks. This assumes that the issuer has prepared a satisfactory prospectus that is approved, and that the issuer satisfies the other requirements set out in the rules for structured products.

The issuer must also allow time to make the necessary internal preparations. Oslo Børs welcomes an extensive informal dialogue even at this early stage. Any questions in respect of the inspection and approval of prospectuses or other matters related to listing may be sent by e-mail to etp@oslobors.no.

Structured products are listed in the OBRA-segment of the fixed income trading system, and requires limited or full fixed income membership for trading.

Exchange rules and application requirements

Fees

Structured products listed are subject to a registration fee and a quarterly listing fee.

Contact us

Eivind Sageng

  • Exchange Broker Derivatives
  • etp@oslobors.no
  • +47 22 34 17 38
  • +47 47 66 09 35