Dual Listing (DL)
A second listing on an exchange that isn’t the company’s domestic bourse
With a dual listing, also called a secondary listing, a company’s shares are placed on an exchange other than its domestic exchange. This can happen at the behest of the company or a market maker. A second listing is therefore not an initial public offering: It isn’t the worldwide debut of the company’s shares or a public offer, and the company is not required to produce a prospectus.
Contact email@example.com if you would like to list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange