A Market Trained To Invest In Foreign Equities (US, Canadian, UK, Australia, South Africa, China)
With growing internationalization and consolidation pressure in the European Stock Exchanges such as the OMX NASDAQ, NYSE Euronext and Deutsche Boerse, Borse Berlin has pursued a successful niche strategy since the mid-nineties, with a particular focus on trading the widest possible range of foreign stocks. The German speaking euro-economic market accepted widely this proposition which allowed them to trade foreign companies stocks whether primary or dual listed on a local exchange, with immediate trading and fast order taking, affordable trading and easy to use platforms for their local market. Thus, the Berlin Stock Exchange developed a subscription of investors who utlize their platform for investment and trades. The success is apparent by the increase in trades and the growth of the market. Therefore, as a newly listed firm on the Berlin Stock Exchange, there is an actively trading equities market looking to invest in foreign firms. The strong trading market of over 100 million population is very attractive for foreign companies looking to go public, especially from the US, Canada, China, Vietnam, Philippines, Asia in general, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Africa in general, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, South America in general, Guatemala, Honduaras, Columbia, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Spain, Poland, Romania, Croatia, Italy, the EU in general, the UK, Ireland, Russia, Ukraine, and India.
The Börse Berlin Stock Exchange has secondary stock listings for over 6,000 US securities normally listed on the NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX, OTCBB, and pink sheet markets. In September 2007 Börse Berlin AG, operator of one of Germanys oldest stock exchanges, acquired control over London based Equiduct Systems in order to offer new state-of-the art stock exchange services to financial institutions trading in the European markets.
With this acquisition, Börse Berlin became a 323 year old “start up” introducing Equiduct as a sophisticated trading platform launched on 20 March 2009.”
The Berlin Stock Exchange is open to new business with relatively relaxed requirements that allow for your firm to list in 2-3 weeks.
To see if you qualify for a Berlin Stock Exchange Listing, contact info@BSEListings.com or call us at +19146133889
BSE Listings trades under the mark IFXBG, which is a licensed FSA Broker Dealer. As a full service Investment Bank, our legal, accounting, listing, and compliance services exceed the individual services you may be provided by a going or go public consultant or law firm. We are licensed to assist in listing, financing, and engaging in mergers and acquisitions activities within the EU. We are not aware of any other firm who can provide the full services supplied by our firm outside of Germany.
As a Licensed Broker we can prepare and submit EU Directive prospectus documents within the UK for listings on the Berlin Stock Exchange, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and UK Stock Markets.