Dual Listing on the Warsaw and London Stock Exchanges
The need to raise capital remains fundamental for companies, and access to investors willing to provide businesses with the capital they need is crucial to their survival in rapidly changing markets, by providing opportunities for growth and expansion beyond the geography of local markets.
Dual listing is one of the ways of raising capital abroad. In a nutshell, this involves company shares, already listed on one stock exchange – in our case this would be the Warsaw Stock Exchange – being then listed on a second, foreign stock exchange, such as the London Stock Exchange.
A company wishing to conduct a dual listing is not always ready for this right away. Sometimes a certain intermediate step is required, such as a Pre-IPO, namely the raising of additional capital to enable the dual listing to take place.
Watch the video where Partner Paweł Mardas talks about dual listing and Pre-IPO.