The London Aim Listing Rules are more stringent than other OTC Markets such as the NYSE Euronext or GXG, and require, audited financials, 10% shares to be in public hands, disclosure rather than prior approval regime, prospectus documents to be filed, vetted admission documents through a NOMAD as the only method of being sponsored and listed, listing timeframes that take a minimum of 3 months, upward of 6 months. A NOMAD is required at all times.

The London Stock Exchange listing process with Stock Exchange Listings requires initially:

  • A discussion and meeting with your firm to ensure you are qualified and prepared with documentation to begin the process of going public on the AIM markets
  • A Checklist which requires filling to meet the NOMADs requirements and to ensure the parts of the corporate structure are in place
  • Writing of the documentation for the NOMAD to easily produce the Prospectus documents with the Legal and Corporate Advisors
  • Accounting review and preparation of the financial documentation for entry into the prospectus document, including full disclosure of all material contracts and assets and verification
  • A third party valuation of the Company based upon all of the information gathered during the listing process
  • A step by step manual and process for piecing together a variety of appendix documents to form the final admissions documents to the NOMAD for admission to the Exchange
  • Final sponsorship reviews with the Exchange and NOMAD

There is no other advisors globally that have put together a team and consortium for capital raising, listing, and for mergers of shells and acquisitions on the AIM markets like our firm. Contact today for your consultation and begin the process with the best team in the market.

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