London Stock Exchanges's Main Market is the UK's principal regulated market for bond issuance and is a globally recognised listing venue for domestic and foreign issuers, including a number of sovereigns. Bonds admitted to trading on the Main Market are also admitted to the UK Listing Authority’s (UKLA) Official List. You can find out more about the UKLA on their website.
The Main Market is a regulated market for the purposes of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Directive 2004/39/EC).
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Unlike some other exchanges, there are no annual fees for listing bonds in London, making listing longer-term bonds particularly cost-effective. The admission fee structure is based on the size of the issue; there are full details in our brochure Admission and Annual Fees. The UKLA's fees are summarised in their Listing Fees publication.
London Stock Exchange today welcomes the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan placing its US$500m 4.95% due July 2025 and US$1.25bn 5.85% due July 2030 dual-tranche benchmark Eurobonds to the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market. The deal was more than 6 times oversubscribed, receiving bids in excess of $6.25bn.
The Kingdom intends to use the net proceeds of the issue of the Notes to finan
London Stock Exchange welcome Riyad Bank for a Market Open Ceremony, to celebrate the admission of USD 1.5 bn USD Tier 2 Sukuk. The Market Open Ceremony was attended by Riyad Bank senior management, including CEO Mr. Tareq Al Sadhan, Saudi Ambassador to the UK His Royal Highness Prince Khalid Bin Bandar Al Saud, Rt Hon Conor Burns MP, Minister of State DIT and other dignitaries.
London, United Kingdom, 22 January 2020 – Don Robert, Chairman of London Stock Exchange Group welcomed the president of the African Development Bank to open markets for trading at London Stock Exchange on Wednesday 22 January.
The reception in London followed the African Development Bank’s Africa Investment Forum, the Bank’s innovative market-place for accelerating investment into the
Acorn Holdings Ltd. (Acorn), the largest Purpose-Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) property developer in Kenya, has dual-listed its KES 4.3 billion green bond programme, on the International Securities Market (ISM) of London Stock Exchange.
To celebrate the Acorn bond programme listing, David Schwimmer, CEO of London Stock Exchange Group, welcomed H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta of Ken