1. Euronext
  2. Understanding Euronext
  3. Corporate Services 
  4. Post-Trade Services
  5. Products Traded on Euronext 
  6. Conclusion


It was first created via the combinations of the Amsterdam, Paris, and Brussels stock exchanges in 2000.  Over time, it has since intermingled with several other exchanges, most especially the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), before being acquired by the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). In 2014, Euronext was spun off to come to an independent reality formerly again.  Since getting independent, the association has grown its presence, incorporating the Irish Stock Exchange and the Italian stock exchange to produce Euronext Dublin in 2018 and Euronext Milan in 2021

Fiscal derivations available in all major asset classes Liquidity request makers and liquidity providers insure harmonious price picture throughout the trading day Central order books on each underpinning Extensively circulated prices, available on major data merchandisers and tradable via over 20 ISVs Manage threat and take advantage of trading  openings in a transparent and  dependable exchange  terrain.

  • Euronext is a large, global stock exchange group, firstly the combination of three former exchanges from France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. 
  • The company was formerly acquired by Intercontinental Exchange but now has returned to operating singly. 
  • Numerous popular European standard indicators are created by Euronext, similar to AEX, BEL 20, CAC 40, and PSI 20. 
  • Euronext’s immolations cover a wide array of means, including equities, exchange-traded finances (ETFs), clearances and instruments, bonds, derivations, goods, and indicators.  

Understanding Euronext

It latterly acquired the Portuguese stock exchange and the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE), expanding its immolations to include equities, exchange-traded finances (ETFs), clearances and instruments, bonds, derivations, goods, and indicators. It maintains headquarters in Amsterdam with major services in Brussels, London, Lisbon, Dublin, Oslo, Milan, and Paris. As of 2021, Euronext listed,900 issuers representing further than € 6 trillion (euros) in request capitalization.  Some of its further notable standard equity indicators include 

  • AEX in Amsterdam 
  • BEL 20 in Brussels 
  • CAC 40 in Paris 
  • PSI 20 in Lisbon 
  • Euronext 100 — apan-European blue- chip indicator 

Corporate Services 

Euronext provides its listed companies with a variety of services to address their requirements. These include services in two broad orders

  1. Investor relations and dispatches 
  2. Government and compliance.

Under investor relations and dispatches, Euronext provides premonitory on terrain, social, and commercial governance (ESG) practices, helping to attract new investors and ameliorate a company’s profile in the request. Euronext provides shareholder analysis, post-listing advisory, investor relations operation, and webcast results.

Under the government and compliance order, Euronext helps listed companies with liability logs, trade logs, and integrity logs, that all company deals are above board. Euronext also helps companies misbehave with EU request abuse regulations and provides results for the board.

Post-Trade Services

Post-trade services include clearing, agreement, and guardianship, and are core immolations of any exchange. The purpose of these services is for the allocation and keeping of fiscal securities, as well as the agreement and clearing of all deals. Under Euronext Securities, Euronext provides agreement and guardianship results for listed companies, which included aiding in backing requirements, supporting capital requests, and any ancillary services, similar to duty and investor services.

Euronext Clearing focuses on cash equity, listed derivations, repos, fixed income, ETFs, and goods requests. Euronext Clearing provides learning services across numerous European venues, acts as a clearinghouse, and provides threat operation services. 

Products Traded on Euronext 

The two main product orders on Euronext are cash/ spot and derivations. Under the cash/ spot order, Euronext offers shares equities, fixed income, finances, ETFs, clearances and instruments, and indicators.

Under the derivations order, Euronext offers equity derivations (stock options, stock futures, ETF options, indicator derivations, and tip derivations), FX derivations (currency dyads), and goods.  Regulation of Euronext Euronext falls under the “Regulated requests” governance under the requests in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) and has to cleave to all of the rules and regulations under MiFID II. In addition, Euronext operates numerous other requests that are considered Multilateral Trading installations (MTFs) under MiFID II and have their rule books to follow. 


Euronext’s trading members include investment banks, retail banks and brokers, independent trading enterprises, liquidity providers, request makers, and original brokerage enterprises. An investor wouldn’t buy Euronext shares specifically but rather the listed shares of companies on the Euronext exchanges. To buy these shares an investor needs to open a brokerage account, fund the account, and also buy the shares of the company they’re interested in.