The AIM market at 25: Successes, failures and new opportunities

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The AIM celebrates its 25th anniversary today
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The AIM celebrates its 25th anniversary today

Today (19 June) marks 25 years of the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market (AIM), the world's most successful growth market.

Today (19 June) marks 25 years of the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market (AIM), the world's most successful growth market. Since its 1995 launch, the AIM has grown from ten companies valued at £82m to about 850 companies with a combined market cap of £104bn.  FTSE reshuffle: Travel and aerospace firms punished by pandemic In that time, more than 3,865 companies have raised in excess of £115bn on the AIM, with the average amount of money raised per company growing from £2.8m in the market's first five years to more than £21m. The AIM has produced success storie...

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