In an international context, Denmark is rather unique as many investment funds for private investors are admitted to trading on a regulated market.
Yet investment funds for qualified investors or investment funds of limited ownership are traditionally admitted to trading on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE). Today, ISE has more than 1,200 investment funds from all over the world admitted to trading on various markets.
The possibilities and motivation for admitting an investment fund for trading vary and may be for tax or commercial distribution purposes or prompted by the type of investments in which a particular investment fund’s investors may place their funds.
We therefore invite you to participate in a presentation of ISE, its various markets and statistics as well as the opportunities that admission to listing on ISE may imply.
The presentation also includes an introduction to relevant requirements, regulations and logistics linked with an admission to trading on ISE.
Where and when?
The event is held at NJORD Law Firm, Pilestræde 58, 1112 Copenhagen K.
On 30 May 2017 at 9.00-10.30 or 11.00-12.30.
How to sign up?
Sign up by contacting Helle Mortensen by e-mail email@example.com or by telephone +45 77 40 10 11 - no later than 29 May 2017
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