GXG Markets: Frankfurt Ends Trading Dec. 14th 2012 as Companies Rush To List on the GXG Markets with Lead Broker IFXBG

Due to the closure of the First Quotation Board in its current form, several hundred FSE Listings will be delisted Saturday December 15th 2012, therefore this coming Monday the 17th…

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GXG UK: Special pricing for Frankfurt Listed firms moving to the GXG Markets, LSE, or PLUS Markets

If you are listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and want to move to another European Exchange that is tradable for your shareholders, you should be considering the GXG Markets by going to (http://www.gxguk.com)

The GXG OTC Markets does not require a "prospectus" therefore Open Market First Quotation listings can easily convert their listing to the new exchange. The following is what we can offer you on the GXG Markets:

- Due diligence and sponsorship of your company onto the GXG Markets, Stuttgart, and London Stock Exchange
- Access to an FSA regulated Financial Advisor for the UK Markets for equity placements through IFXBG http://www.ifxbg.com
- Access to Trading through the International stock broker RST Capital (www.rstcapital.com)
- Access to a Luxembourg approved securitization company for bond and debt placements
- Access to prospectus and information memorandum writers

Our consortium has over 10 billion euro in financing available of which qualified listing clients can access.

Find-out why the GXG Markets is one of the hottest, fastest, easiest listing market for SME's trying to go public in Europe. Get a free Pre-Valuation on the value of your company and a free due-diligence to ensure your firm can list!

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Why the rumor that the TSX is closing their doors on foreign companies opens the doors for UK Stock Markets like the GXG Markets

The Toronto Stock Exchange appears to becoming more and more difficult to list foreign companies from China, Asia, Africa, and developing countries. The main criteria is that the Exchange, Regulators,…

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