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MIV reconciles issuers’ needs with investors’ demands:



Accessible listing requirements

Flexible investment policies

High standing regulated market

Clear identification of investment vehicles

Possibility to invest in a regulated market

Transparency, disclosure and an efficient secondary market

MIV key strengths are:

  • Financial market designed to meet the specific needs of investment vehicles, capable of hosting sophisticated instruments and legal structures
  • Listing environment that combines regulatory flexibility with regulated market status
  • EU regulated market: perfectly compatible  with the investment policy of UCITs
  • No restrictions of registered office or tax domicile in the EU for investment vehicles
  • Improved standing and transparency compared to unlisted peers
  • Greater visibility  among traditional and specialized investors

Contacts: investmentvehicles@borsaitaliana.it

Amendments to the MIV rules
With resolution no. 20906 of the 2 May 2019, Consob approved the amendments to the Rules of the Markets managed and organized by Borsa Italiana, already approved by Borsa Italiana’s Board of Directors on 25 March 2019

The amendments include the review of the rules governing alternative funds (AIFs) to be listed on the MIV market (Market for Investment Vehicles). The amendments entered into force on 3 June 2019

MIV: listing requirements

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