Markets participants, including retail investors and institutions, can trade UK Stocks listed on the Main Market or admitted to trading on AIM.
London Stock Exchange’s Main Market is the world’s most internationally connected platform for the admission and trading of equity, debt and other securities. AIM was launched in 1995 and has since become is the world’s most successful growth market.
As well as all Securities directly admitted by London Stock Exchange (Main Market, AIM, Professional Securities Market, International Securities Market and Admission to Trading only) London Stock Exchange also provides the following equity and equity-like securities admitted by other EEA Regulated Markets and MTFs for On Exchange trade reporting:
The Skillcast Group sets up compliance portals to help companies educate their staff and record, analyse, and evidence staff activities to cope with their regulatory and ESG (environmental, social and governance) obligations. Its technology application provides e-learning management, in-person training management, CPD (continuing professional development), policy attestation, staff declarations
London Stock Exchange today welcomes Gelion plc, the global energy storage innovator, on to the AIM market.
Gelion’s mission is to provide global energy storage solutions that are robust, safe and affordable with low environmental impact, enabling clean power and fresh water for all.
The Company aims to positively impact the transition to a net-zero-carbon economy by deployi
The London Stock Exchange today welcomes Foresight Sustainable Forestry Company Plc (the “Company”), an externally managed investment company offering direct and liquid access to the attractive investment characteristics of UK forestry and afforestation projects.
The Company provides investors with the opportunity for real returns and capital appreciation driven by the preva
London Stock Exchange Group today welcomes Turquoise Global Holdings Limited and Members of the Board for a Market Close Ceremony to honour Sir Alan Yarrow for his contributions as Chairman of Turquoise (TGHL) and to celebrate recent achievements.
Sir Alan Yarrow served as Non-Executive Director since 2010 and succeeded David Lester to become Chairman of Turquoise Global Holdings Limi