2019 may be a better year for listings: NZX's Peterson

Jenny Ruth
Thu, 24 Jan 2019

By Jenny Ruth Jan. 24 (BusinessDesk) - The year ahead is shaping up to be more positive for potential new listings including initial public offerings, NZX chief executive Mark Peterson says. “2019 certainly looks better from where we sit than it has for a little while,” Peterson told BusinessDesk. “It’s one of those things where you never can tell until the listing occurs but we’re having more positive discussion than we’ve seen for a wee while.” New listings on NZX in 2018 numbered just two, neither of them IPOs – QEX Logistics’ co...
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