Stock exchange equivalence switzerland

24 Sep 2019 Switzerland's loss of access rights to EU stock markets has concentrated The loss of regulatory “equivalence” for Swiss stocks reduced 

The headquarters of the Swiss Stock Exchange (Boerse). While buying and selling most stocks probably won’t be an issue with equivalence lapsed and the Swiss government’s countermeasure in The significance of an equivalence decision is that the EU investment firms can then trade on the exchanges of the country concerned. Similar decisions were made at the end of 2017 for the United States, Australia and Hong Kong, along with Switzerland. The Switzerland decision had a time limit of a year. equivalence status -- the regulatory framework that allowed EU traders to trade on stock exchanges in Switzerland -- became a bargaining chip in a broader political flight. It officially expired A man walks under the illuminated word "Borse" (exchange) as he passes the headquarters of Swiss stock exchange operator SIX Group in Zurich, Switzerland November 20, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann Brussels is said to making its decision on the stock exchange equivalence based on cooperation in other areas, like state aid and free movement of people, with Switzerland – which is not an EU The Swiss Market Index SMI is a major stock market index which tracks the performance 20 largest and most liquid stocks based in the Swiss Exchange. It is a free-float, capitalization-weighted index. The SMI companies represent about 85 percent of the Swiss equity market. The Federal Council is continuing to reaffirm its view that Switzerland meets all the conditions for unrestricted recognition of the equivalence of Swiss stock exchange regulation by the EU. According to previous signals from the European Commission, however, a reassessment of stock market equivalence by the EU is not expected until the autumn or even the end of 2018.

16 Jul 2019 Swiss stock exchange infrastructure in anticipation of the expiration of the stock market equivalence granted by the European Commission.

25 Jun 2019 If the EU equivalence decision for Swiss trading venues is not listed on a stock exchange in Switzerland or are traded on a trading venue in  17 Dec 2018 The European Union said on Monday Switzerland's stock exchange the Swiss stock exchange by removing its so-called equivalence which  On 1 January 2019 it introduced a new recognition regime for foreign trading venues which trade equity securities (e.g. shares) issued by companies with registered offices in Switzerland where such equity securities are listed on a Swiss stock exchange or are traded on a Swiss trading venue ('Swiss shares'). Switzerland looks likely to have outmaneuvered the European Union, after the latter ended its recognized stock exchange equivalence with the country. The EU allowed the equivalence, which allows Swiss equities to be traded easily within the bloc, to expire at the end of June.

equivalence status -- the regulatory framework that allowed EU traders to trade on stock exchanges in Switzerland -- became a bargaining chip in a broader political flight. It officially expired

27 Jun 2019 "If stock market regulation equivalence is not given then Plan B will be activated - protective measures for the Swiss exchanges - and that will  28 Jun 2019 EU Equivalence Assessment of Swiss Stock Exchanges. 1. equity securities, Switzerland's stock exchanges and trading venues require  20 Jun 2019 The government in Bern has said that without the emergency measures, and without EU equivalence, the Swiss stock exchange would suffer a  25 Jun 2019 If the EU equivalence decision for Swiss trading venues is not listed on a stock exchange in Switzerland or are traded on a trading venue in  17 Dec 2018 The European Union said on Monday Switzerland's stock exchange the Swiss stock exchange by removing its so-called equivalence which  On 1 January 2019 it introduced a new recognition regime for foreign trading venues which trade equity securities (e.g. shares) issued by companies with registered offices in Switzerland where such equity securities are listed on a Swiss stock exchange or are traded on a Swiss trading venue ('Swiss shares').

2 Jul 2019 Investment firms in the EU are no longer allowed to trade on the Swiss stock exchange. The arrangement, known as "equivalence", which 

9 Jul 2019 There was only a small fall in Swiss equity trading market volumes in of this month as Switzerland's stock exchanges lost equivalence with  15 Jul 2019 Lack of progress in Swiss-EU bilateral negotiations has resulted in the loss of EU equivalence for the Swiss stock market. Will the UK and its 

The Federal Council today announced that it will continue to advocate for the European Commission to indefinitely extend the stock market equivalence it granted to Switzerland for only one year in December 2017. It has adopted a contingency measure to protect the Swiss stock market infrastructure

28 Jun 2019 EU Equivalence Assessment of Swiss Stock Exchanges. 1. equity securities, Switzerland's stock exchanges and trading venues require  20 Jun 2019 The government in Bern has said that without the emergency measures, and without EU equivalence, the Swiss stock exchange would suffer a  25 Jun 2019 If the EU equivalence decision for Swiss trading venues is not listed on a stock exchange in Switzerland or are traded on a trading venue in  17 Dec 2018 The European Union said on Monday Switzerland's stock exchange the Swiss stock exchange by removing its so-called equivalence which  On 1 January 2019 it introduced a new recognition regime for foreign trading venues which trade equity securities (e.g. shares) issued by companies with registered offices in Switzerland where such equity securities are listed on a Swiss stock exchange or are traded on a Swiss trading venue ('Swiss shares').

equivalence status -- the regulatory framework that allowed EU traders to trade on stock exchanges in Switzerland -- became a bargaining chip in a broader political flight. It officially expired Indeed, while the issue of stock exchange equivalence is actually not related to the institutional framework agreement and the European Commission has stated that Switzerland fulfils all of the requirements for being granted equivalence in its decision on 21 December 2017 initially granting Switzerland's stock exchanges temporary equivalence, the European Commission stated that when revisiting whether to extend its decision on equivalence, it would consider progress made between the European The “equivalence” permit let Swiss and EU investors freely trade across each others’ borders. From Monday, Swiss shares can only be traded on the Zurich exchange, via a recognised broker. Around 30 per cent of daily trading in Swiss stocks takes place in London. The Federal Council today announced that it will continue to advocate for the European Commission to indefinitely extend the stock market equivalence it granted to Switzerland for only one year in December 2017. It has adopted a contingency measure to protect the Swiss stock market infrastructure Stock market equivalence makes a trade on the Swiss stock exchange equivalent to a trade on an exchange in an EU country. This allows trades to be pooled across countries, something that supports global trade and improves international market liquidity, a win-win for all traders.