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The JSE is driven for the growth of your business

Do you want to grow your business, improve your profile and raise capital?​ Consider the JSE as your ideal listing destination to tap into large pools of local, global and institutional investor capital.

The JSE is the premier African Exchange and your gateway to new opportunities. More than R250 billio​n is currently raised on the Main Board, more than R48.9 billion on the AltX and there is more than R1 trillion in listed bonds on the JSE.

 
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Get on Board​​

  • STEP ONE: Engage with the Primary Markets Team
  • STEP TWO: Decide where your company will feel most at home
  • STEP THREE: Find a sponsor Main Board or a Designated Advisor AltX
  • STEP FOUR: Submit all required documents to the JSE Issuer Regulation division
  • STEP FIVE: Undertake a capital raising roadshow
  • STEP SIX: List


Routes to market

The JSE offers companies and products through various routes to market. These include Fast Track, Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs), Exchange Traded Products (ETPs), Sponsored and Unsponsored Depository Receipts, and the listing of new and existing BEE share schemes on a registered exchange. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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  • Fast Track

    Fast Track allows international companies who have been listed for at least 18 months on another global exchange to accelerate their secondary listing on the JSE. A Fast Track listing is a quicker, easier and less admin intense process.

    *All fast track / secondary listings are subject to a 50% discount on JSE annual listing fees.​

  • Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC)

    In many ways a SPAC is an alternative to raising capital for acquisitions. This capital raising vehicle is a publicly traded shell with a specific mandate to acquire or merge with other companies or assets.​

  • Exchange Traded Products

    Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) ​
    ETFs​ are list​ed investment products that track the performance of a group or 'basket' of shares, bonds or commodities. An ETF​ can be bought or sold in the same way as an ordinary share.


    Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs)​
    ​ETNs​ are exchange-traded debt instruments that give investors access to a wide spectrum of assets.

  • Empowerment Segment

    The JSE demonstrates commitment to transformation through our Empowerment Segment​, which applies a reduced fee structure for both the BEE share ownership scheme and the investor. BEE share schemes afford previously disadvantaged South Africans the opportunity to own a stake in a company, and participate in its growth.​

  • Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

    ​Property loan stock companies and property unit trusts that are listed on the JSE can be converted into REIT structures​. These offer investors exposure to real estate properties and mortgages through a JSE-listed instrument. The result is exposure to the property market without the large initial capital outlay.

  • Depository Receipts (DR’s)

    DR'S ​are not actual shares, but receipts representing shares, they are handled and traded just like shares, and offer the same economic, corporate and voting rights enjoyed by an investor holding underlying shares directly.​

  • Structured Products

    Warrants:​
    Warrants are derivative security instruments that give the holder of the warrant the right, but not obligation, to buy (Call Warrants) or sell (Put Warrants) an underlying asset, at an agreed price on or before an agreed expiry date.


    Asset Backed Securities (ABS):
    An ABS is a financial security backed by a loan, lease or receivable against assets other than real estate and mortgage-backed securities. For investors, ABS is an alternative to investing in corporate debt.

Gain from your JSE listing

  • Trade your shares securely and efficiently.
  • Market your business to investors. A listing attracts local analyst coverage and media interest, enhancing your company’s reputation and profile.
  • Enhance your ability to attract talent by offering share option incentives.
  • A listing facilitates broad-based economic empowerment deals.
  • As a JSE issuer, you gain access to value-added benefits like hiring our prestigious corporate event venues, accessing training on topics such as listing and continuing obligations, investor relations, media, social media and governance, and accessing CNBC, the SABC, PowerFM and the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC).
  • Technology company EOH grew from employing 50 people to employing nearly 10 000 after listing on the JSE.
  • In its first two years on the AltX, the Delta Property Fund raised nearly R3.5 billion.​

Listing on the JSE - Testimonials

 Useful Links

 

 

List on the Main Board List on the Main Board https://www.jse.co.za/capital/main-board, List on the Main Board
List on AltXList on AltXhttps://www.jse.co.za/capital/altx, List on AltX
List on Empowerment SegmentList on Empowerment Segmenthttps://www.jse.co.za/capital/empowerment, List on Empowerment Segment
List on the Debt MarketList on the Debt Markethttps://www.jse.co.za/trade/debt-market, Debt Market

 

 

Guidelines to Listing on the JSEGuidelines to Listing on the JSEhttps://www.jse.co.za/content/JSESpecificationsItems/Guidelines to Listing on the JSE.pdfpdf
Debt Listing FeesDebt Listing Feeshttps://www.jse.co.za/content/JSEMarketNoticeItems/JSE Market Notice 75915 IRM - Revised Debt Listing Fees Effective January 2016.pdfpdf
JSE Listings RequirementsJSE Listings Requirementshttps://www.jse.co.za/content/JSERulesPoliciesandRegulationItems/JSE Listings Requirements.pdfpdf
2016 JSE Document Fees2016 JSE Document Feeshttps://www.jse.co.za/content/JSEPricingItems/2016 JSE Document Fees.pdfpdf
Primary Markets Price list 2015Primary Markets Price list 2015https://www.jse.co.za/content/JSEPricingItems/Primary Markets Price list 2015.pdfpdf
List a SPAC on the JSEList a SPAC on the JSEhttps://www.jse.co.za/content/JSEBrochureItems/List a SPAC on the JSE.pdfpdf