How SMEs can benefit from a listing

The International Stock Exchange offering makes listing viable at a much earlier stage and so could help business owners access capital and grow their companies sooner than they may think. In this Q&A, Fiona Le Poidevin, chief executive of The International Stock Exchange Group, outlines how SMEs can use the capital markets to access growth finance.

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