The admission of securities for trading provides a centralized platform for an orderly market, price transparency, and full and timely disclosures by listed issuers, thus enhancing the attractiveness of the instruments to investors and at the same time, providing investor protection.

The Listing Program admits securities that are available for purchase and sale to both non-Qualified Investors and Qualified Investors (as defined under Securities Laws and Regulations and the PDEx Rules). Eligible securities for listing include among others, government securities, corporate bonds, bank unsecured subordinated notes and long term negotiable certificates of time deposit.