Joining the Main Market: a field guide for applicants to the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange
The Main Market of the London Stock Exchange is one of the world’s longest established and most liquid markets trading the securities of more than 2,600 companies from 60 countries, including many of the world’s largest, most successful and most dynamic companies. A listing on the Main Market is an aspiration for many companies.
The purpose of this guide is to answer some of the questions frequently asked by companies contemplating joining the Main Market and to provide an overview of the IPO process.
DLA Piper has a wealth of experience in advising Main Market issuers — we have worked with many companies to help them achieve their ambition of a Main Market listing and their plans for growth following an IPO…
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