Italy: Reasons to take AIM
With a dearth of public and private investment sources, a growing number of small to medium-sized companies in Italy are considering a listing on AIM or its rivals as a way of raising capital. Anthony Indaimo and Ben Simpson review the options
Despite the challenging economic climate in Italy, well-managed, high-growth Italian companies are now considering raising capital on the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) as a serious financing option.
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