Celebrating 25 years of AIM

25 years ago, AIM was launched to provide a platform for growth companies to raise equity capital. In that time over 3,800 companies, operating in 79 countries around the world, have raised £118bn of capital, making AIM the most successful growth market in the world.

To mark this occasion, we’ve published a report looking at AIM’s achievements, including research from Grant Thornton on AIM’s contribution to the UK Economy, analysis on AIM’s global reach, case-studies from some of the companies on AIM and perspectives from across the wider AIM community. You can also find below an animation highlighting the findings from the report and a video message from Marcus Stuttard, Head of UK Primary Markets and AIM,  reflecting on AIM’s successes and the evolution of the market.

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Celebrating 25 years of AIM – Report
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AIM at 25 – ambition, growth, resilience

Watch our animation sharing some of AIM’s achievements from the last 25 years

 

 

Reflections on AIM at 25

Watch our video from Marcus Stuttard, Head of UK Primary Markets and AIM

 

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