ASX listings on the Australian Stock Exchange in comparison to Frankfurt Stock Exchange Listings

The ASX (Australian Stock Exchange) is roughly $600k more expensive to list and takes 6-8 months longer than listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, in addition, the requirements are much higher and stringent.

Listing on Frankfurt:
– no audit
– no reporting rules
– no insider trading rules
– no restrictions on insiders
If you have cashflow, a company can get 1-5 million euro fast in and it has no shares to sell related to it.
If its a start up company you can generally get $1-$10 million in private placements over a 12 month period, shares restriced for 12 months if you want to .

From the point of view of what FSE Listings Inc has to over, we can list firms in 3-6 weeks on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange from submission, we keep the costs to a minimum, 60k euro, and we can introduce up to 5 million euro first round financing for firms that qualify. The Frankfurt listing doesn’t have the on going costs of Audits, Legal opinions and bills, disclosures, filings, and reporting that the other exchanges have. Most exchanges are not making it easier for small businesses, their idea of quality companies are those that can pay large bills and yearly fees, there is no interest in quality small businesses on the other exchanges. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the most friendly market in the World for new businesses and existing businesses looking to raise capital.

In addition, once listed on the FSE, one can always dual list, cross list, or relist on the AIM, OTCBB, TSX,ASX, JSE, etc.

As a consultancy, FSE Listings Inc provides training to clients, coaches clients, and works with them for years not months. We are available for questions at +19146133889 or

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NASDAQ OMX Listings and Stock Exchanges

On May 25, 2007, NASDAQ agreed to buy OMX for US$3.7 billion.[14] In August 2007, however, Borse Dubai offered US$4 billion, prompting speculation of a bidding war.[15] On September 20 2007, Borse Dubai agreed to stop competing to buy OMX in return for a 20% stake and 5 percent of votes in NASDAQ as well as NASDAQ’s then 28% stake in the London Stock Exchange.[16] In a complex transaction, Borse Dubai acquired 97.2% of OMX’s outstanding shares before selling them onto NASDAQ.[17] The newly merged company was renamed the NASDAQ OMX Group upon completion of the deal on February 27, 2008.

OMX exchanges
Copenhagen Stock Exchange
Stockholm Stock Exchange
Helsinki Stock Exchange
Tallinn Stock Exchange
Riga Stock Exchange
Vilnius Stock Exchange
Iceland Stock Exchange
Armenian Stock Exchange (completed November 2007)[18]
Oslo Stock Exchange (10% stake)

The company’s stock market activities are categorized into three divisions:

  1. Nordic Market (Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Iceland)
  2. Baltic Market (Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius)
  3. First North (alternative exchange)