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Why are NZ companies moving to the ASX?

Brian Gaynor
Fri, 30 Jul 2021

62 NZ companies have got on their bikes and listed on the ASX (Image: Getty)
Brian Gaynor
Fri, 30 Jul 2021
There's been a dramatic change in transTasman listing trends over the past three decades. There are now 62 New Zealand companies listed on the ASX, compared with only 16 companies three decades ago.Only 5 Australian companies are now listed on the NZX, compared with 60 Australian companies in 1991.Why have so many Kiwi companies listed on the ASX, particularly the 18 New Zealand companies that have listed only across the Tasman?NZ companies listed on ASX onlyThe Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) has attracted 18 New Zealand register...

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