Smaller companies floating on the
Exchange’s AIM market are facing increased costs.
Research by UHY Hacker Young shows
that for corporates raising less than £2m, the costs surged from 23.6% to 37.3%
as a percentage of capital raised in 2006.
The average cost of listing on
for companies raising £2m to £10m rose from 15.4%, as a percentage of
capital raised in 2005, to 18.1% in 2006.
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