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''London Stock Exchange''
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A Premium Listing on the London Stock Exchange is only available to equity shares issued by trading companies and closed and open-ended investment entities.  
 
A Premium Listing on the London Stock Exchange is only available to equity shares issued by trading companies and closed and open-ended investment entities.  
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Issuers with a Premium Listing are required to meet the UK’s super-equivalent rules, which are higher than the EU minimum requirements for a Standard Listing.
 
Issuers with a Premium Listing are required to meet the UK’s super-equivalent rules, which are higher than the EU minimum requirements for a Standard Listing.
  
A Premium Listing means the company is expected to meet the UK’s highest standards of regulation and corporate governance – and as a consequence may enjoy a lower cost of capital through greater transparency and through building investor confidence.
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A Premium Listing means the company is expected to meet the UK’s highest standards of regulation and corporate governance.
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As a consequence the company may enjoy a lower cost of capital, through greater transparency and through building investor confidence.
  
  
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* [[Cost of capital]]
 
* [[Cost of capital]]
 
* [[Equity]]
 
* [[Equity]]
* [[London Stock Exchange]]
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* [[Investor relations]]
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* [[Listing]]
 
* [[Listing particulars]]
 
* [[Listing particulars]]
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* [[London Stock Exchange]]
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* [[Main Market]]
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* [[Premium]]
 
* [[Standard Listing]]
 
* [[Standard Listing]]
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* [[Transparency]]
 
* [[UK Corporate Governance Code]]
 
* [[UK Corporate Governance Code]]
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[[Category:Accounting,_tax_and_regulation]]

Latest revision as of 16:27, 2 September 2018

London Stock Exchange.

A Premium Listing on the London Stock Exchange is only available to equity shares issued by trading companies and closed and open-ended investment entities.

Issuers with a Premium Listing are required to meet the UK’s super-equivalent rules, which are higher than the EU minimum requirements for a Standard Listing.

A Premium Listing means the company is expected to meet the UK’s highest standards of regulation and corporate governance.

As a consequence the company may enjoy a lower cost of capital, through greater transparency and through building investor confidence.


See also