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18 May 2020

London Stock Exchange today welcomes Diversified Gas and Oil

London Stock Exchange today welcomes Diversified Gas and Oil (“DGO” or the “Company”) to the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange Main Market following the completion of its transition from the Alternative Investment Market (“AIM”). Since its initial IPO on AIM in February 2017, DGO has grown its portfolio of stable, primarily natural gas producing assets and complementary midstream

02 March 2020

London Stock Exchange Group welcomes Wisdomtree and Wood Mackenzie celebrating the launch of the Wisdomtree Battery Solutions UCITS ETF (VOLT)

The London Stock Exchange today welcomes WisdomTree Battery Solutions UCITS ETF (VOLT), a new ETF that aims to provide investors with exposure to the growth in the demand for and the usage of energy storage technologies, and in particular batteries.  WisdomTree, the exchange-traded fund (“ETF”) and exchange-traded product (“ETP”) sponsor, has developed, in partnership with Wood Mackenzie

27 February 2020

London Stock Exchange welcomes INSPECS Group plc to AIM

London Stock Exchange today welcomes Inspecs, a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of eyewear frames to global retail chains, as the Company becomes the first IPO of 2020 to raise money on AIM. The Company has successfully raised £94.0 million through a placing and subscription, giving it a market capitalisation on Admission of £138.0 million. The gross proceeds for the Company

21 February 2020

London Stock Exchange welcomes Nippon Active Value Fund plc to the Specialist Fund Segment of the Main Market

The London Stock Exchange today welcomes Nippon Active Value Fund plc (‘NAVF’), a new investment trust targeting high levels of capital growth for shareholders from activist investing in quoted small cap Japanese equities. The ordinary shares of NAVF will be listed on the Specialist Fund Segment of the Main Market. The investment adviser, Rising Sun Management Ltd (‘Rising Sun’), will target