We are the only stock exchange that offers small and medium sized companies with growth potential a real chance to meet their financial needs by giving them access to a financial market and at the same time making it possible for the average person to trade. With its ground-breaking technology, the Hybrid Stock Exchange will no doubt revolutionize the way business is done in the stock markets.
The Hybrid Stock Exchange is an online financial platform where buyers and sellers meet. It falls under the umbrella of the Hybrid Group.
The Hybrid Stock Exchange software was created by a group of financial and software specialists from the Frankfurt Stock Market (Xetra) who fused the latest technology with the wishes of ordinary traders and brokers and programmed it into one cutting edge online platform called it the Hybrid Stock Exchange.
How can a company become a member?
To register your company online, please upload all the required documents. The HYBSE membership admission and monitoring committee will verify all the documents and then either approve or reject the membership of your company. After successful authorization, please send us your documents by post. Once your documents are received by us, we will activate your account on our online platform. For a company membership, all shareholders with more than 5% shares need to give written consent.
A corporate membership is a one-time listing fee of EUR 10,000.00 and costs an Annual Participation fee of 0.15%.
What is the HYBSE membership admission and monitoring committee?
The HYBSE membership admission and monitoring committee is a committee of at least three (3) internal HYBSE employees, with the task of reviewing the company’s documents and verifying whether the company’s membership is approved or rejected. In addition, the committee will also supervise the terms and conditions of the HYBSE. A Chairman of the supervisory board was appointed among the members of the committee.
How are shares traded on the HYBSE?
Registered users on the HYBSE may enter a purchase order for certain shares into the order book. Once a match occurs, the amounts are debited directly from the investor's account and booked to the issuer's account.
Order trade requirements:
> An order(instruction) to buy or sell may be yielded by trading participants.
> The shares to which the order relates.
> The volume.
> The price indicator.
> The securities must be free flow tradeable.
Stop-orders can be granted. Orders may be provided with a price validity determination or with a best price execution determination. The management of the issuer may set a minimum volume for each share.
> An order is a proposal to buy or trade with or without price instructions of the purchaser
(unlimited order,"Ask and Bid"). It will therefore run to the next detected price in the trading system to
execute as close as possible.
> A limit order is an offer to buy or sell at a price which is not worse than the specified (limit) price.
If a limit order , when entering into the trading system, is not completed or executed, then none of the
volume (volumes) is headed for execution into the order book.
> Best Orders that arrive into the trading system "At Best Price" will be done at the next best price which
is in the parliamentary procedure in the order book. Incoming "At Best Orders" which are due with assigned
limits may be at least partially executable or not processed at all.
The HYBSE records and prioritizes orders and quotas according to the following
>> Orders have an identification number, a time-stamp, and a price.
>> All orders for each share are sorted according to their time stamp and the price.
>> All orders, if they have not yet been executed, can be changed or deleted.
What financial obligation or responsibility does the HYBSE assume for trading on the online platform?
The HYBSE assumes no liability or responsibility for the online trading on the platform. You should have all the requirements for online trading. If you need professional advice or assistance, please contact a broker or a lawyer prior to a transaction. We , therefore, ask you to read our terms and conditions carefully.