Who is concerned

LuxSE provides issuers and their representatives with a filing service for documents containing regulated information*. These documents are centrally archived and publicly accessible via the LuxSE website. The central document storage service is a regulated activity.
*As referred to in Directive 2004/109/EC of December 2004

Who needs to disclose information

Issuers whose transferable securities are traded on a regulated market and are within the competence of the Luxembourg supervisor, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF), are obliged to disclose certain information*.

Issuers who fall within the scope of the transparency law are obliged to provide periodic and ongoing information, described as “regulated information”. In particular, regulated information includes, among others, periodic financial reports, information to be provided with regard to major holdings and privileged information.

In addition to the drafting and preparation of documents relating to regulated information, the Transparency Law requires issuers to:

  • Publish regulated information (see also the Financial News Service of LuxSE)
  • Provide that information to an officially appointed mechanism for the central storage of regulated information (OAM)  and
  • File the regulated information with the CSSF.
Consult applicable legislation

*Under the Law of 11 January 2008 (as amended) concerning transparency requirements for issuers of transferable securities (the Transparency Law).

If you need more information

Contact us




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Carlo Oly

Head of Relationship Management

+352 47 79 36 227 col@bourse.lu