Dual Listings with FSE Listings
If your company is already on a stock exchange which is considered a “Like Exchange” by the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, you have the given and immediate ability to Dual List on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Dual listing your company affords you the unlimited opportunity to be listed on both your current stock exchange and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
“Dual listings”, sometimes called “Cross-Border listings”, “Cross listings”, or “Secondary listings”, will instantly open up access to a vast new global arena of funders, investors, liquidity and global investors for your company.
FSE Listings can dual list your company on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in record speed and minimal cost.
In addition, we have the ability to obtain approvals for your company without an underwriter.
DUAL LISTING ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS
Dual Listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange gives your company the ability to reach the massive European investor market 500 million investors strong who are interested in the stock of companies like yours, with the convenience of trading locally in their own currency.
Europeans have a longer hold strategy than their counterparts in North America. Countries like that of Germany give their shareholders an incentive to hold stock for at least a year with no capital gains tax.
A Dual Listing provides a new opportunity for public companies like yours to benefit from the growing global opportunities. Dual listings can also significantly enhance a company’s reputation as a global player in the International market.
A Dual Listing on Frankfurt Stock Exchange offers countless advantages and benefits which FSE Listings can fast track on behalf of your company:
Improved image, reputation and prestige as a global player in the International market.
Greatly expand the ability to raise equity or debt financing.
Increased trading volume and liquidity. Germany is the world’s third largest economy. The upper segements of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange have the highest turnover velocity than many other European Exchanges, including the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is the world’s 3rd most liquid market, behind only the NASDAQ and NYSE.
Improved shareholder relations.
Significant enhancement in visibility among overseas investors and the global consumer marketplace
Quickly establish major inroads into European retail and institutional funds.
Benefit from the ever-expanding trends toward global equity investing
No Sarbanes-Oxley requirements
No Naked Short Selling
Xetra, the most efficient and trading platform in the world widely recognized as the most efficient and automated trading system for electronic securities trading in the world. Orders from any point in the globe are automatically inputted into the order book on the central computer
Ability to advertising offerings, unlike the SEC regulated companies in the US with very limited advertising options
Nominal Ongoing Cost – Less ongoing costs compared to US exchanges, including the OTCBB. The ongoing cost to maintain your dual listing on the First Quotation Board Segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is less than 3,000 Euros per year.