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Why the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Deutsche Boerse)
« on: February 22, 2011, 07:36:12 AM »
The basic answers to that question include:

  • At least one year in existence or proforma documentation
  • Privately owned (this is not a dual-listing for existing public companies, but is an IPO)
  • Can be domiciled anywhere in the world.
  • Good financial statements in International or U.S. GAAP format (but do NOT need to be audited)
  • At least 30 shareholders
  • A minimum of 500,000 Euros has been invested in the company (Paid-up capital)
  • Simple and cost efficient capital market access (cheaper to list)
  • First Quotation Board, Entry Standard, General Standard and Prime Standard offer low admission and listing fees and the fastest admission process worldwide (fast to list)
  • High market integrity and transparency enhance confidence of investors (strong investors)
  • Electronic network in modern primary markets allows direct access to global investors
  • Peer group visibility and low cost of capital
  • Large and reputable peer group with listing alongside global brands (Your name beside the Majors or as a Major)
  • Selection of sector indices and unique media visibility enhance investor awareness Lowest cost of capital and positive primary market sentiment (Green Energy, Mining, Pharma, etc)
  • Strong liquidity (Be able to sell shares)
  • Integrated product portfolio facilitates hedging, trading and arbitrage strategies Low transaction costs and highest trading activity in Europe attract investors
  • Professional guidance and support
  • I-POint: various information and services supporting issuers and candidates
  • Deutsche Börse Listing Partner: financial markets experts
  • Access to 120 million investor viewers on the stock exchange website
If you have any private information you want to discuss, but don’t want to post your personal details you can contact us directly on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, FSE Listings.
New York: +1-914-613-3889
UK: +44(0)2081235719 Hong Kong: 81753591 SA:+27110836116 www.fselistings.com info@fselistin

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