Listing rules are the rules and continuing obligations that a company must comply with in order to retain or achieve a listing. The UK rules were operated by the London Stock Exchange until May 2000 and are now operated by the FSA.
Also known as the Yellow Book. The rules of the Stock Exchange to which companies must adhere in order to obtain and keep a listing.
The rules issued by the Financial Services Authority that apply to companies listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Rules set out by the Australian Stock Exchange with which companies must comply to remain eligible to be listed companies.
The Listing Rules of the UKLA.
A set of rules hat all companies must follow for trading on the ASX. They include disclosing decisions that may affect the share price.
The Listing Rules maintained by the FSA in accordance with Section 74 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (as amended from time to time).
The rules for a company wishing to have its shares listed for the first time and the continuing obligations that companies must comply with in order to retain their listing. The UK rules were operated by the London Stock Exchange until May 2000 and are now operated by the FSA
Rules set by stock exchanges for listed companies to comply with as a condition to listing.
Requirements for admission to listing published by the London Stock Exchange in The Listing Rules.
The Listing Rules of the recognised stock exchange, as amended from time to time. For instance the Listing Rules of the ASX.
Main Board Listing Rules and GEM Listing Rules
The listing rules which are made by competent authority for the purposes of Part VI of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. With effect from 1 May 2000, the Listing Rules of the LSE (the old Yellow Book) were replaced in their entirety by the FSA Listing Rules (The Purple Book).
Rule book for listed companies which governs their behaviour. Commonly known as the Yellow Book.
the rules companies must abide by to be listed on an exchange
Rules companies must adhere to if they are to remain listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Rules set out by the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX). Companies must comply with listing rules to remain eligible for listing.