A listed company is a company of which the
The portion of registered capital of a private or public limited company
» Meer over share shares or depositary receipts for shares are admitted to trading on a securities market. The Dutch securities market is Euronext, which the securities market in Amsterdam falls under.
As the shares of a listed company must be freely trade-able, they are not registered as for a B.V. A listed company is therefore always a N.V. But not not every N.V. is a listed company.
Additional rules such as a strengthened publication requirements apply to listed companies. The
Set of rules and principles regarding the proper an prudent management of a company
» Meer over corporate governance corporate governance Code, instituted by the Tabaksblat committee, applies to listed companies. This code of conduct contains principles and best practices for listed companies, which must protect the interests of all stakeholders.