An admission fee is payable by all companies seeking admission to AIM or where an enlarged entity seeks admission to AIM following a reverse takeover under Rule 14 of the AIM Rules for Companies.
The admission fee is based on the market capitalisation of the company on the day of admission.
Insert the number of shares and opening price - or just insert the market capitalisation value - of the securities being admitted to trading.
Please note that the calculator is provided to allow issuers to calculate the likely admission fee. The final admission fee will be determined on the day of admission.
Admission fees company issuing further securities
For further issues of £5 million and above a fee will apply based on the value of the securities admitted.
Charges will only apply to further capital raisings. No further issue fee will apply for further issues where capital raised is below £5 million. Insert the value of the securities admitted.
Further issues are charged on a banded basis with the minimum fee at a 50% discount to the minimum admission fee scale for issuers. Increasing on a straight line basis for every £m over £5m and capped at a fundraising of £250m at a 50% discount of the admission fee. No further issue fee will apply for further issues where capital raised is below £5 million.
An annual fee of £5,899 is payable by all companies whose equity securities or certificates representing shares are admitted to trading.
Annual fees are billed in the first week of April for the 12 months commencing 1 April and must be paid within 30 days of the invoice date.
A pro-rata annual fee is payable by new applicants. To calculate the fee, take the number of calendar days, including the date of admission to trading up to and including 31 March, divide this number by 365 and multiply the result by the annual fee.
No pro-rata annual fee is payable by the enlarged entity admitted to AIM following a reverse takeover under Rule 14 of the AIM Rules for companies.
Enter the date you expect trading in this company to commence and then press calculate.
United Kingdom Value Added Tax (VAT), currently at 20 percent, must be added to the fee derived if the issuer is subject to United Kingdom VAT. It is the obligation of an applicant to confirm whether or not they are liable for VAT. Where an applicant fails to confirm their VAT liability, VAT will be charged at the prevailing rate. Companies with their principle place of business in the United Kingdom will be considered subject to United Kingdom VAT.
Please note that the actual amount of your admission and pro-rated annual fee will be as notified to you by the Exchange - the calculators are for guidance only.