NZX: Untangling the regulatory noodle soup of listing

NZX: Untangling the regulatory noodle soup of listing
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Paul McBeth
Why do people like ragging on the NZX? It’s not like the stock market operator is doing anything wrong.In fact, it’s largely done the things within its control in trying to lay the groundwork for firms to put on their big kid pants and go public. The NZX ticked off its boxes in the Martin Stearne-led Capital Markets 2029 report a couple of years ago, telling all and sundry about the benefits of listing and how to do it, making its website easier for issuers and market participants alike, and promoting its platforms for a wider...

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