The WSJ recently reported that for the third year in a row, more money has been raised through IPOs on Nasdaq than on the NYSE – in part because of SPACs, but also partly because of a perception that Nasdaq is more focused on ESG criteria. According to the article, companies that emphasize ESG in their prospectus seem more inclined to want to reflect that in their exchange choice as well.
That focus on ESG is also one of the reasons that dual listings on the Long-Term Stock Exchange could become attractive – particularly now that a couple of issuers have blazed the trail for listings. Join us tomorrow for the webcast – “Understanding LTSE Listings” – when LTSE Services’ Martin Alvarez and Jane Storero, Asana’s Katie Colendich and Eleanor Lacey, and Twilio’s Mariam Sattar share practical tips about the listing process and what it means to be traded on the LTSE.
If you attend the live version of this 60-minute program, CLE credit will be available! You just need to submit your state and license number and complete the prompts during the program.
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– Liz Dunshee