‘This little piggy went to market…’ but which one?
So, you are on the board of a thriving company and you’re looking to make some money in order to keep growing. We saw earlier this week that the global recovery is gaining traction and you want to be able to take advantage of the increased appetite for deals. However, you don’t want to take out another loan and you’re not sure that your current methods of fundraising will continue to meet the company’s needs.
An obvious answer would be to list on a stock exchange.
Companies gain access to a potentially extensive new resource of capital when they offer shares on a public market. Most companies in England will opt to list on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). But which market to choose? …
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