Euronext seeks state intervention amid fears CRH and Flutter could de-list from Irish stock exchange
Exchange operator has written to two government departments amid fears over the future viability of Ireland’s stock exchange
The operator of the Irish stock exchange has contacted the government over fears that some of the biggest companies quoted on the index might be about to de-list.
Euronext Dublin, which has operated the Irish exchange since 2018, has written to Enterprise Minister Simon Coveney, as well as officials in the Department of Finance, amid growing concern for the future of Ireland’s stock exchange.
CRH, the construction materials giant, has already confirmed it plans to abandon Euronext Dublin as part of a plan to move its primary listing to the US.