IR/PR Investor Relations/Public Relations
Only companies that clearly communicate their products, activities and results will gain the confidence of their shareholders. And only then can a business strategy succeed in increasing the share price so the company can effectively position itself in the competitive capital markets for the long term. The required transparency is merely a minimum standard Investor Relations and Public Relations (IR/PR) is the “icing on the cake”
Cash shells are companies with a stock market quote, board of directors and money in the bank but no active business.
Dual/Double Listing – FSE Open Market First Quotation Board
A Dual Listing is the listing of a security on more than one exchange. Companies become listed on a second exchange in order to reach a broader-based public and attract additional investors. Because the fragmentation of share capital between different exchanges often results in diminished liquidity, companies usually undertake a capital increase in connection with a double listing.
Frankfurt Stock Exchange Public Shells for Sale
A company from any country in the world can merge with a Frankfurt Stock Exchange public shell company in order to become publicly traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. When merging with an already publicly trading company, there is no need to meet any of the normal requirements of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange considering the public shell company has already met all of the requirements. Moreover, everything a public company needs, such as the market maker, registrar/transfer agent, etc., is already in place, so nothing more is needed. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange public shell reverse merger process is very simple and fast.
Listing from scratch – FSE Open Market First Quotation Board
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IPO and PP IPO (Initial Private Offering)
IPO (Initial Private Offering)is a process by which a company becomes listed on an exchange
A company usually prepares and executes an IPO with the support of an issuing bank, or, in the case of large-scale issues, in conjunction with a syndicate.