Corporation (member of Euronext Group) listed on Euronext Lisbon, Euronext Paris, Euronext Brussels and Euronext Amsterdam.
- Main products and markets
- Main shareholders
- Brokerage firms
- Trading hours
- Market data
- Market capitalization split by economic sector
- Brief history
- Financial indicators
- Clearing, settlement and depositary services
- Central counterparty - CCP
- Member of the following organizations
- Agreements with other Exchanges
Maria João Borges Carioca Rodrigues - President / CEO
President / CEO
Maria João Borges Carioca Rodrigues
Board of Directors
Rui de Matos
Av. Da Liberdade 196, 7th floor
(1250-147) Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: (351) 210 600 600
Main products and markets
- Government and Corporate bonds
- VMOC – Securities that have to be converted
- Participation bonds
- Reverse convertible
- PSI 20 Index
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** Only Electronic Order Book
*** Only Domestic companies on Electronic Order Book
Market capitalization split by economic sector
Euronext Lisbon is the old Lisbon Stock Exchange, and it belongs to the NYSE Euronext Group. Euronext Lisbon is the Portuguese Exchange and, as BVL (Bolsa de Valores de Lisboa), its origin dates back to January 1, 1769. In 1999, Bolsa de Lisboa and Bolsa de Porto merged into a new company named Bolsa de Valores de Lisboa y Porto (BVLP). In the last years, the Exchange has been subject to major changes going from its own legal framework to its trading systems, as part of its integration into the international NYSE Euronext platform.
NYSE Euronext is the first pan-European securities market, and one of the two largest markets worldwide. It was created as a result of the merger between the Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdan Stock Exchanges and, subsequently, the London derivates market. In 2002, it joined the Bolsa de Valores de Lisboa y Porto. In 2007, it merged with NYSE, thus giving rise to the first transatlantic group of stock exchanges. This integration enabled the Portuguese capital market to go hand in hand with the development of international stock exchanges, thereby enabling investors and listed companies to gain international exposure, and providing them with privileged access to markets endowed with great depth and liquidity.
In June, 2014, following the acquisition of the NYSE Euronext transatlantic group of Exchanges by Ice – Intercontinental Exchange, the four European Exchanges – Paris, Lisbon, Brussels and Amsterdam – separated from the Americans and reinstated the initial and purely European group of Exchanges under the name of Euronext.
Clearing, settlement and depositary services
NYSE Euronext (trading) is entrusted with trade closing and registration procedures. On the other hand, LCH.Clearnet provides clearing services, thus ensuring brokers delivery of cash and securities. Finally, INTERBOLSA executes physical settlement of securities accounts, sending funds across the payment system ((TARGET2 o SPME).
Central counterparty - CCP
LCH.Clearnet acts as a Central Counterparty for stock-exchange transactions within the framework of the Portuguese market.
Member of the following organizations
- Federación Iberoamericana de Bolsas (FIAB) – 1987
- World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) – through NYSE Euronext.
Agreements with other Exchanges
- MOU. Euronext Lisbon – Cape Verde Stock Exchange – 2012
- MOU. Euronext Lisbon – Mozambique Stock Exchange – 2013