Are AIM companies quoted?
Note that an AIM Company is not a quoted company.
Although AIM is a secondary market where only “listed” companies can trade their shares, AIM shares are not treated as being listed on a recognised stock exchange by HMRC.
Are AIM companies on the Official List?
AIM companies are not listed, and are hence not subject to the Listing Rules.
Tax incentives for companies investing in AIM companies
Although shares and securities traded on AIM are colloquially referred to as ‘listed on AIM’, they are in fact not listed, but rather admitted to trading on AIM.
Key Takeaways. The Alternative Investment Market (AIM) is a specialized unit of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) catering to smaller, more risky companies. The companies listed on AIM tend to be smaller and more highly speculative in nature, in part due to AIM’s relaxed regulations and listing requirements.
Is AIM a Recognised investment exchange?
AIM operates, and is regulated by the LSE in its capacity as a Recognised Investment Exchange. … AIM is a prescribed market and is also designated as a SME growth market.
What is the difference between main market and AIM?
For further information see London Stock Exchange: Main Market.
Admission criteria differences – AIM and the Main Market.
|No minimum market capitalisation||Minimum market capitalisation|
|*Unless the transaction is a reverse takeover or disposal resulting in a fundamental change of business|
Why do companies list on AIM?
Places a value on the business. Tax incentives available for investments in AIM companies attractive to both individual and institutional investors. Enhances the company’s public profile. Gives shareholders the opportunity to realise all or part of the value of their shareholdings.
How do you get listed on AIM?
There are no prescriptive eligibility criteria for joining AIM, however, a company must:
- Appoint a Nominated Adviser (‘nomad’) and retain their services for the duration of the time the company remains on AIM. …
- Appoint a corporate broker and retain their services throughout the time the company remains on market.
Do you need a prospectus for AIM?
Route to the Main Market
An AIM company wishing to move up to the Main Market will need to produce a full, FCA-approved prospectus and will need to adhere to the relevant listing require-ments and -conditions.
The Exchange will cancel the admission of AIM securities where these have been suspended from trading for six months.
Is AIM stock a good buy?
AIM ImmunoTech has received a consensus rating of Buy.