Corporate Action Services

For customers [1] who conduct business away from the central market but still want the benefits of Corporate Actions expertise in accordance with the Euronext's Corporate Actions Policy, we offer CAS, our Corporate Action Services.

Euronext's Corporate Action Services allows for customers to file a request for customised guidance on corporate action adjustments for derivative positions, held in Euronext listed products. Even if a customer has no direct position traded on one of the Euronext platforms, the customer is able to benefit from the Corporate Action expertise Euronext has to offer. [2]

How to submit a request

In the event that your (OTC) position is subject to a Corporate Action and you would like to take advantage of this bespoke service, please follow the link below to file a CAS request. After submission of the CAS request form, Euronext will assess the request based on the Corporate Actions Policy, and will respond to the applicant as soon as practical. If required, Euronext will ask for additional information.

Corporate Action Services Fees

There are three fee-categories for Corporate Actions Services:

Please note; in case the Corporate Action is non-standard and requires further investigation, Euronext may charge a customised fee in consultation with the customer.

EMS Corporate Actions

PO Box 19163
1000 GD Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Phone +31 20 721 9588

This web page is intended for information purposes only. All Corporate Action Guidance will be issued in good faith. However, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is or will be made and no responsibility or liability is or will be accepted by Euronext or by any of its officers, employees or agents in relation to the accuracy or completeness of such guidance and any such liability is expressly disclaimed.

[1] A Member of Euronext or an investor, not being an operator of a (derivatives) trading platform.

[2] Guidance for a Corporate Action may only be used for the purpose of the request. The customer remains fully responsible for the correct application of such guidance.