BX Swiss attracts ISP Securities AG, a company of ISP Group AG, as trading participant and boosts its momentum in the SME space.
The Swiss stock exchange BX Swiss has approved ISP Securities as a new trading participant. ISP Securities offers essential services for listed SMEs in the SME Main Market of BX Swiss. The range of services for listed SMEs will thus be further expanded in key areas such as liquidity provider/market making and paying agent functions.
Marco Bartolucci, CEO of ISP Group, comments: “We are very excited about our collaboration with BX Swiss, who offers the perfect platform for our entrepreneurial clients. Our partnership with BX Swiss enhances the attractiveness and efficiencies of the securities services we offer our clients by facilitating professional access to the institutional capital market.”
"With the onboarding of ISP Securities as a new trading member, we have reached another important milestone in enabling smaller companies in Switzerland to go public and ensuring a liquid secondary market for investors," says Matthias Müller, Head of Sales & Services at BX Swiss. "As a specialized Swiss securities firm, ISP Securities makes a significant addition to our list of existing trading members. "
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More information about ISP Securities AG: www.ispgroup.com
About ISP Group AG
ISP Securities AG is a company of ISP Group AG. ISP Group AG (www.ispgroup.com) is an independent financial services boutique founded in 1993 and headquartered in Zurich. We serve corporates, banks and other financial institutions, traders, and investors through a unique blend of the latest technology, high-grade services and the extensive expertise of our interdisciplinary teams.
We are specialised in Structured Credit, Fixed Income and Structured Products & AMCs and offer Paying Agent, Placement Agent and Wealth & Asset Management services. ISP Group operates through their companies as a licensed securities firm under the regulations of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), the Israeli Securities Authority (ISA) and the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) to carry out Type 1 (dealing in securities) and Type 4 (advising on securities) activities.