AIM IPO update: Global Invacom Group Limited

Moore Stephens Corporate Finance advised leading technology company, Global Invacom Group Limited, on the first ever dual listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) and the London AIM Market.

This ground-breaking secondary listing has been widely reported in the business and financial press and is part of Global Invacom’s international growth strategy capitalising on London’s confidence in the technology sector.

The company commenced trading on the AIM Market on 2 July 2014. The £8.8m gross proceeds from the listing will be used to fund growth through acquisitions, which will provide access to new countries and markets, products and relationships with broadcasters.

Moore Stephens Corporate Finance, led by Marty Lau and Mark Ayres, worked closely with the client and acted as Reporting Accountant to the listing.

Matt Garner, CFO of Global Invacom said:

“We were pleased to work with Moore Stephens on the successful listing on the AIM market, the first dual listing of its kind. This listing will enable Global Invacom to access new sources of capital to help meet its international growth strategy, broaden its shareholder base, and enhance value for its current Singapore-based shareholders- and the Moore Stephens team was an important part of the process to achieve this end goal.”

Marty Lau, the lead Partner on this project, commented:

"We are delighted for the Global Invacom team on the success of its AIM admission. We worked closely with them, drawing on our financial expertise in the UK and South East Asia, to provide bespoke advice and ensure the successful admission of the Company on AIM. It will be interesting to see if other global companies follow in their footsteps with a dual listing over the coming months. It is clearly an excellent strategy to help global businesses facilitate growth strategies in different geographical markets.”

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