Posts Tagged ‘UK Companies’

09
Dec

Flotation highlights Residential lettings agency Martin & Co has confirmed its intention to join AIM, and becomes the latest real estate firm to float. The company, which manages 30,000 properties across over 100 franchise offices, plans to raise £4m from a flotation on Aim on 18 December. The flotation enables the company’s founders to partially exit their stakes in the company. Martin & Co is set to round off a strong year for property floats that has seen Countrywide, Crest Nicholson and Foxtons join the market Key results AstraZeneca European Commission Approval. The European Commission has granted marketing authorisation for Fluenz Tetra, the first ...

05
Nov

Kalibrate to Float on AIM

Kalibrate who are market leaders in providing retail planning and pricing tools to convenience store chains and  oil companies announced last week that it was planning to float on the AIM Stock Market in a bid to raise around  £8m. The Manchester based company that currently employs around 400+ people will float on AIM Market in November and their CEO sees it as an ‘opportunity to both extend our global reach and become even more deeply embedded with the clients we already serve’. Read more…. In other AIM Market news former Rangers director Dave King ...

14
Apr
25
Mar

AIM Stock Market Receives Welcome Boost from 2013 budget

The Chancellor George Osborne announced that from next year no stamp duty reserve tax will be payable when investors buy shares that on AIM (The Alternative Investment Market). When the new initiative is in place it will mean investors in AIM shares will benefit from host of benefits including, not paying CGT, income tax, inheritance tax and now stamp duty. The London Stock Exchange should take some credit for this change in the rules regarding stamp duty, as it has lobbied the government long and hard over recent years for this to happen. Holland ...

07
Nov

When the banks say NO

When the banks say NO, is AIM the alternative to raising cash in 2013? In the years pre 2006 many growing SME’s used a flotation on AIM as strategy to raise investment capital and as a longer term exit route for existing shareholders. As the recession kicked in, and companies battened down the hatches the profile of AIM somewhat diminished as did the number of companies lining up to join the market. AIM hit a low when throughout the whole of 2009 only 36 new companies joined the market, the lowest number on record. ...