For those companies who want to start using the securities market, but for some reasons are not yet prepared to apply for listing, there are free C and Cbond market for stocks and corporate bonds, respectively:
There are no requirements for companies to be admitted to the Free C Market. Being admitted gives the company a reliable channel for disclosing financials and other material information to the holders of its stocks.
Companies that are under liquidation, including for the reason of bankruptcy, can not be admitted even to the Free Market (C).
The only requirement for bond issues admitted to the Free Market (Cbond) is for the size of the issue to be no less than AMD 100 million, and for the issuer of the bond to have operations record of at least one year. Money market instruments with maturity up to one year, including bonds and other short-term debt instruments, are also admitted the free Cbond market.
Companies that are under liquidation, including for the reason of bankruptcy, can not be admitted even to the Free Market.
The procedure and documents required for getting admitted to trading are much like those for listing, and you can refer to the How to get listed section of our website to get relevant information. A more detailed description of the requirements and the admission procedure is contained in our Rules on Listing and Admittance to Trading. To learn about the fee structure, please refer to our Tariff Rules.
Contact person for companies who want to be admitted to exchange trading: Nerses Hakobyan, Head of Listing, Market Services, Tel.: +374 10 54 33 21 ext.120: