Alternative Investment Market
Page d'aide sur l'homonymie Pour les articles homonymes, voir AIM.

AIM est l'abréviation pour "Alternative Investment Market". C'est un marché d'échanges publics.

L'AIM est un marché non réglementé mais régulé. Il est géré par le London Stock Exchange (L.S.E).

Ce marché a été créé afin d'accueillir des PME. Ces dernières peuvent accéder à ce marché soit via un placement privé (P.P) soit en faisant Appel public à l'épargne (A.P.E). Dans les deux cas l'autorité de marché anglaise (Financial Services Authority) n'est jamais impliqué. En effet, seul le nominated Advisor (Nomad) est garant du processus.

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