Sunak looks at new listing rules for LSE to rival Nasdaq

By Sam Kerr
20 Nov 2020

UK chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak is looking at ways to relax listing rules on the London Stock Exchange to make the exchange more attractive for tech company IPOs.

The US Nasdaq exchange has for some time been the go-to listing venue for the world's tech unicorns, but there are hopes that deeper European pockets of equity capital and a more globally minded tech investor base will persuade more tech companies to stay home rather than list ...

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