NYSE Alternext: a tailor-made market for small and mid-sized companies
NYSE Alternext was created by NYSE Euronext to meet the needs of small and mid-sized companies seeking simplified access to the market. It opened for business on 17 May 2005. NYSE Alternext’s streamlined listing requirements and trading rules are suited to the size and business needs of small and mid-cap firms. The rules also ensure investor transparency.
NYSE Alternext’s unique features include:
- special listing procedures
- a market model designed to enhance trading
- listing sponsors that assist companies throughout their life on the exchange.
NYSE Alternext is set to become the reference market for small and mid-sized companies throughout the euro zone.
NYSE Alternext is an exchange-regulated market with a lighter regulatory regime. It is not a regulated market as defined by the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) of 21 April 2004. It is regulated by NYSE Euronext through a body of rules applicable to intermediaries and listed companies.
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