Our Announcement Service is an efficient and secure way for you to fulfil your regulatory filing and disclosure obligations
How to submit an announcement
Register for free (If not already registered).
Once registered, prepare your announcement by following our format guidelines:
• document must be submitted in Word or PDF format
• include only text - no logos, charts or banners (for Word only)
• use tables rather than tabs to align data/text, e.g for financial information (for Word only)
Submit using the online form and pay (if applicable).
How an announcement is published
We review the announcement format and advise if a format change is needed.
Once the announcement is ready, we disseminate it to the market and publish it on direct.euronext.com
Your account details will indicate the announcement is 'complete'.
How to pay
Three payment options are available:
- Pay as you go - Pay by credit card or PayPal each time you submit an announcement.
- Direct bank transfers if you have a prepaid or bulk account – This requires a pre-approved agreement with Euronext Dublin. Contact AR.Ireland@euronext.com for more information.
- Post payment by invoice – will incur a higher charge to cover administration costs.
How do I set up an account with PayPal?
To set up a PayPal business account, please read the instructions on the PayPal website
What information is required for invoicing?
Please include the name, address and contact details of the organisation responsible for payment. All entities must provide paying organisation contact details, regardless of the payment method used.
FAQs for announcement process
Who can register?
An issuer or an organisation authorised by the issuer can register to submit announcements.
(Note: in respect of investment funds, only the appointed listing sponsor may submit announcements, except in circumstances where an announcement is to fulfil an EU regulatory requirement.)
Can I register a group email address?
Yes. Please include a primary contact name in your organisation when you register. For group emails, we advise users to register an email address that at least two people in your organisation have access to.
I have registered but I cannot logon, how do I activate my registered user account?
Once you have registered as a user, you will receive an email to your registered user email address. Follow the link provided in this email to activate your account. In some cases, your email account may be configured to block certain emails or mark them as spam.
If the activation email is in your spam folder, please ensure that you mark as Not Spam in order to ensure that any further emails from Euronext Direct are received to your inbox.
For more information on your email configuration, you may need to contact your IT Service Provider or IT department.
When can announcements be published?
Announcements can be published by us each Business Day when received between the hours of 07.30am and 5.30pm.
Any announcement received by us after 5.30pm or on a Non-Business Day will be dealt with on the next Business Day, as outlined in the Terms and Conditions.
We can also embargo announcements for a specific time or date in the future, please indicate this in the comments section of your submission.
Should I choose file only or file and publish?
By clicking on ''file only'' the notice or document is filed with Euronext Dublin but not published or disseminated to the market i.e. it does not meet any requirements in relation to the publication of regulated information. By clicking on "File and Publish document" or "File and Publish PDF document", we will disseminate the announcement through ORNS and thereby publish the information to the market.
Under what circumstances should debt issuers file documents through this platform?
For debt issuers the filing function on Euronext Direct is designed to accommodate issuers who are required to file particular documents with Euronext Dublin, typically a requirement described within transaction documentation. Filings of other documentation, including Final Terms, Pricing Supplements, Financial Information and documents to be incorporated by reference should continue to be filed at email@example.com and at the Central Bank of Ireland where necessary.
Where should I send financial statements for investment funds?
All financial statements should be submitted to FundsIE@euronext.com. In addition any financial statement required to be published under the Transparency Directive should be published through Euronext Direct and submitted to the CBI.
Where should I send financial statements for equity issuers?
All financial statements should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org In addition any financial statement required to be published under the Transparency Directive should be published through Euronext Direct and submitted to the CBI.
FAQs for OAM and Transparency Directive
What is the OAM and Transparency Directive?
Under the Transparency Directive regulated information must be filed by issuers admitted to trading on a regulated market in the EU with the officially appointed mechanism (‘OAM’) in their Home Member State. Euronext Dublin is the OAM in Ireland and receives and stores OAM filings made by Irish entities. Further information on the Transparency Directive is available from the Central Bank website or email the Central Bank.
Why have the reporting obligations under the Transparency Directive changed?
The European legislation has changed to facilitate the European Securities and Markets Authority's development of a single European portal for the access to regulated information under the Transparency Directive.
What obligations have changed under the Transparency Directive?
From 1 January 2017, an Irish issuer filing regulated information under the Transparency Directive with Euronext Dublin using Euronext Direct will be required to:
1. Indicate that the information is an OAM filing
2. Indicate that the issuer’s Home Member State is Ireland (if an issuer's Home Member State is not Ireland they cannot submit an OAM filing on Euronext Direct)
3. Select a categorisation of regulated information
4. Provide the issuer's Legal Entity Identifier (‘LEI’).
Do I need to make an OAM filing on Euronext Direct?
The obligation to file regulated information with the OAM in Ireland on Euronext Direct applies to:
(a) Irish issuers of equity securities
(b) Irish issuers of debt securities
(c) Irish closed-ended investment funds which are admitted to trading on a regulated market in any EU country, which includes Euronext Dublin market.
OAM filings on Euronext Direct are not relevant to: Issuers and funds domiciled outside Ireland Irish open-ended funds on the Euronext Dublin market Irish issuers with securities traded on the Global Exchange Market or the Euronext Growth Dublin market.
How do I check if I have an LEI?
You can check if you have an LEI with the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF).
How do I obtain an LEI?
You can apply for an LEI through this website. Our LEI services are quick and secure and available to global issuers regardless of where they are listed. Alternative Local Operating Units (LOUs) are listed on GLEIF website.
File and publish Word document
From €61 to €300*
File and publish PDF document
From €65 to €100*
From €65 to €100*
Additional fee for post payment (debt announcements only)
*Price depends on announcement type being published.
All charges are subject to VAT.
“File only” announcements will not be published or disseminated to the market.
How is VAT charged, and what VAT number should be included?
VAT is applied at the listed issuer level and not at the level of the entity submitting the announcement. For example, and in the case of securitisations, it is the VAT number (if any) of the issuing vehicle that is required.
VAT charges depend on the country of incorporation of the listed vehicle or issuer:
• all Irish incorporated listed vehicles are subject to VAT
• EU incorporated listed issuers are exempt from VAT if the VAT number is included in the online submission
• non-EU are exempt from VAT
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for announcement services