London Stock Exchange International Order Book (IOB) enables investors to unlock the potential of some of the world’s fastest growing markets through a single central electronic order book. It offers easy, cost-efficient and direct access to securities via global depositary receipts (GDRs) from over 30 countries, including markets in Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The market has grown rapidly since its inception in 2001, with Gazprom, Sberbank and Lukoil among the most heavily traded securities on London Stock Exchange. Shanghai-London Stock Connect GDRs are also traded on the International Order Book, on the Shanghai Segment.
Today, Alphawave IP Group plc, begins unconditional trading on the Main Market of London Stock Exchange. The listing is the largest admission of a North American company in London Stock Exchange history and is one of the largest semiconductor IPOs in the world so far.
Founded in 2017, Alphawave IP addresses a critical need in the technology world: it designs industry-leading wir
London Stock Exchange today welcomes Ukraine issuing its USD1.25bn 6.876% notes due May 2029 to London Stock Exchange’s Main Market. This is an inaugural listing of Ukraine’s sovereign Eurobonds on London Stock Exchange.
The new 8-year offering, which marked the first funding exercise of the Sovereign in international debt capital markets in 2021, received bids in excess of
London Stock Exchange today welcomes Glantus to AIM under the ticker “GLAN”, after it raised gross proceeds of £10m for the Company and a further £4m for shareholders. The Placing Price was 102 pence per share resulting in a market capitalisation of £37m at Admission.
Glantus is a global provider of Accounts Payable (“AP”) automation and analytics solutions. It utilises a technology t
London Stock Exchange welcomes Insig AI Plc (ticker: INSG), a leading data science and machine learning company serving the asset management industry, to AIM today.
Insig AI joins AIM via a reverse takeover of its listed holding company Catena Group plc (“Catena”). The new enlarged group is led by Executive Chairman, Matthew Farnum-Schneider, and Chief Executive Officer Ste