May 2019 AIM new arrivals: a more encouraging month for newcomers
May 2019 was a more positive month for new arrivals on AIM, although it also featured several high-profile departures. Our latest blog introduces the newcomers and gives a brief mention to some of the leavers.
At the end of May 2019 there were 901 companies on AIM, with the total market value £104bn. This compares with 904 companies at the end of April 2019 when AIM’s market value was also £104bn. Excluding readmissions and reverse takeovers, there were three new arrivals and five departures in April - the London Stock Exchange seems to have unusual maths rules!
Remember to use our AIMsearch tool from the link here to check on the Inheritance Tax qualifying status of all AIM companies. There have been several status changes over the past few weeks.
Welcome the newcomers
Distribution Finance Capital Holdings (LON:DFCH), a business lender which builds relationships with manufacturers and then provides working capital solutions, arrived on AIM following de-merger from AIM listed Trufin (LON:TRU).
DFC’s products allow manufacturers to match their cash cycle to the lending term, in turn allowing their customers (dealerships for example) to release the working capital tied up in their day to day operations. As at 31 March 2019, the…
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