Transfers

Oracle Transfers to NYSE

Technology giant Oracle (ORCL) transferred its listing to the New York Stock Exchange from NASDAQ on July 15

In 2012, 17 companies--with a combined market cap over $78 billion--transferred or announced plans to move to the NYSE or NYSE MKT. Infosys, Teva and TD Ameritrade are among them.

The Listing Process

Clearance to Apply

NYSE’s regulatory team will determine your company’s listing eligibility, and send a clearance letter.

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Once you have the clearance letter, you can submit relevant forms and applications online.

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Our listing team reviews your application items and when they are finalized, we issue an authorization letter. Welcome!

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Market Model

Our unique trading platform is best suited for today's fragmented market. 

Global Network

Our network of leading companies enhances their strategic agenda. 

Market Intelligence

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Co-Branding

NYSE Euronext offers superior marketing and visibility opportunities.

TD Ameritrade

"We partnered on a number of different projects whether it be market structure, where regulation ought to go, how the markets work and we found them to be very good partners." TD Ameritrade CEO Fred Tomczyk on moving from NASDAQ to the New York Stock Exchange.

Why Transfer to NYSE MKT? WVT Highlights Benefits

From the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange, WVT Communications Group CEO Duane W. Albro talks about the reasons his company chose to make the move to NYSE MKT from NASDAQ.

Teva Transfers to NYSE

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. moves the listing of its American Depositary Receipts to the New York Stock Exchange.

2012 Global Listings Performance

In 2012, NYSE Euronext led the U.S. market in listing with 79 transactions, 23 technology IPOs and 16 transfers. In Europe, NYSE Euronext raised €2.7 billion ($3.5 billion) in proceeds on 25 new listings.