Nasdaq With A European Accent?Richard Evans
Mark I'Anson, founder of Integrated Micro Products in the town of Consett in northern England, knew exactly where he wanted to list his fast-growing computer company when he decided to go public this year. He shunned both the London Stock Exchange and its over-the-counter offspring, the Unlisted Securities Market (USM). Instead, he opted to list on NASDAQ, the traditional market for U.S. growth companies.
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