Companies listed on Stock Exchanges having Nationwide Trading Terminals

Secondary Listing refers to the Listing of companies which are already listed on other Exchanges. The companies which fulfill the criteria laid down by the Exchange from time to time are eligible to be listed on the Exchange.


Application for Listing

  • Self-assessment of eligibility criteria by the company
  • Documents to be submitted as per Secondary Listing Checklist
  • Listing Application and signing of Listing Agreement

Approval for Listing of Securities

  • Verification of Eligibility Criteria
  • Verification of documents
  • Due Diligence
  • Exchange to grant listing approval
  • The applicant Company whose securities that are proposed for secondary listing shall be listed on Stock Exchange/s, having nationwide trading terminal.
  • The applicant Company shall have minimum issued and paid-up equity capital of Rs. 1 crore and market capitalization of the Company shall not be less than Rs. 1 crore.
    (Market Capitalization shall be computed by multiplying the outstanding number of equity shares with average closing price derived during last three months or whatever trading history is available)
  • The applicant Company shall inter-alia comply with the following:
    • Companies Act, 1956/2013
    • Securities Exchange Board of India Act, 1992
    • Securities Contracts (Regulations) Act, 1956
    • Securities Contracts (Regulations) Rules, 1957
    • Any other guidelines, circulars, regulations issued by any regulatory authority from time to time.
  • In addition to the criteria mentioned above, the Exchange may also consider some additional factors for listing of securities on the Exchange.

Disclaimer: Over and Above the criterion as mentioned, the Exchange may use its discretion for Listing of Securities of the Issuer(s). Further, the Exchange strictly reserves its rights for grant of approvals.