The definitive list of Companies and Securities on our markets are provided in the the downloadable documents below:
List of All Companies
A list of all companies on the London Stock Exchange at the end of each month
AIM Statistics - Country Of Operation and Country Of Incorporation
This report lists a single country of operation and country of incorporation for each company quoted on AIM.
For the purposes of this report, main country of operation is deemed to be the geographical location from which an AIM company derives, or intends to derive, the largest proportion of its revenues or where the largest proportion of its assets are, or will be located.
One single country has been allocated as the main country of operation for each AIM company based on analysis that the London Stock Exchange has undertaken from public sources, including AIM admission documents, regulatory announcements and AIM company websites. The Exchange has also taken into account feedback received directly from AIM companies.
In cases where an AIM company may have more than one country of operation, an assessment has been made regarding that company’s single main country of operation. Where no single country can be identified clearly as the main country of operation, the AIM company’s country of incorporation has been selected as the default.
The information contained in this report is not of a regulatory nature and not intended to replace or supplement information disclosed by AIM companies under Rule 26, Company Information Disclosure, of the AIM Rules for Companies. The requirements of Rule 26 continue to apply separately.
Country allocation in this report is indicative only and is also subject to change so users are advised to independently verify the data.
Savings used to plug long-term financing gap
By Huw Jones
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Exclusive: EU executive sees personal savings used to plug long-term financing gap
- The savings of the European Union's 500 million citizens could be used to fund long-term investments to boost the economy and help plug the gap left by banks since the financial crisis, an EU document says.
The EU is looking for ways to wean the 28-country bloc from its heavy reliance on bank financing and find other means of funding small companies, infrastructure projects and other investment