FCA proposes single segment regime for listed companies

Seeks feedback

James Baxter-Derrington
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Responses will be accepted until 28 July 2022.

Responses will be accepted until 28 July 2022.

The Financial Conduct Authority is seeking feedback on proposals for a single listing segment regime for equity shares of commercial companies, overhauling the current premium and standard model.

Currently, companies looking to list on UK markets have the option of filing either under the premium or standard segment, which the regulator suggested creates unnecessary complexity. It added the role of the standard listing is largely filled by the UK junior markets such as AIM and Aquis. FCA confirms new listing rules including dual-class structure As such, it has proposed a single segment regime, which would feature a single set of eligibility criteria with a mandatory and supplementary distinction. All issuers of equity shares of commercial companies would have to meet the ma...

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