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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 03:03 PM
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Listing an IPO on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange versus a reverse merger into a Frankfurt Shell Company

To purchase a Frankfurt Shell Company that is publicly traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, it costs between €120,000 and €150,000. Generally these shells are UK, Swiss, and German companies that are the shells. Regardless of the Frankfurt shell company for sale`s vendor telling you that the company has had no operations, due diligence with the local tax authorities, credit bureaus, and background checks are required, the assistance of Auditors or Accountants, and of course a merger Lawyer. The total expenses quickly become and extra €50,000 or €200,000 and the timeframe is stretched out over 2 months to go public. This of course is the cost of purchasing a public company, which most people do in order to avoid the €250,000 paid-up money in by shareholders required by the Frankfurt Exchange. If the cost of the acquisition can be kept within the €150,000 range all-in, for some firms this will be worth it. However, it is my opinion that listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange newly is a more effective and less expensive route.

One route would be to raise the €250,000 and list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, which only takes 3-5 weeks, a faster route than a reverse merger.

The second option is if your firm already has the invested capital over the lifespan of the company, it can list without having to raise additional capital until after listing.

The third option is to merge or purchase a company that has the paid-in capital component and list this company which may be less expensive and just as quick as a reverse merger.

The cost of listing a company on Frankfurt is estimated at 60,000 euro after company organization, listing fees, legal, and advisors are all paid out to the point of trading. Thus, by purchasing a company that has had the capital-in requirement of 250,000 euro for anywhere under 40,000 euro, you will be able to list as a publicly traded company inside of 3-5 weeks for under 100,000 euro and meet the requirements of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

We have numerous examples of the fast paced listing of companies on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Upon preparing the necessary accounting documents that show the proof of funds, www.FSEListings.com will take your business plan and information to a series of Venture Capital and IR firms who will confirm they can raise capital and or create liquidity for your firm if listed on the FSE. The Investment Capital will be from 1 million euro to 10 million euro with liquidity for shareholders. At this stage, our listing partners and financial advisors will be paid a nominal fee of 60,000 euro to list the company and prepare the initial introductions.

Once the company is listed, the IR and Investment Companies will execute a strategy for the company. Some of the financers will invest debt instruments up to 5% of the companies market cap. There are many opportunities and options to properly finance your company once you are on a strong recognized European stock exchange.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

(22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

(914) 613-3889 United States  

27110836116 South Africa

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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 02:03 PM
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Is your company at risk of not meeting the requirements of your local Securities Exchange or possibly you are already delisted?

Don’t worry this isn’t the end of the world, and we have a solution for you which may turn-out better for your firm and shareholders in the long run versus listing on other alternatives… we are going to help you move your firm to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange within the next 4-5 weeks with a capital raising strategy to help your business once you are listed!

How can your firm obtain a listing on the Frankfurt Stock Market within only 4-5 weeks… because your firm has had over 250,000 euro dollars invested into it during its lifespan as a Public Company, thus, you have achieved the money-in or capital-in investment requirement for listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Why list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and why is it superior to the alternatives?

  • The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world’s third largest trading center for securities and Germany’s largest exchange.
  • German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size foreign companies to invest in.
  • The German Frankfurt Exchange has a primary market consisting of more than 100 million people, and has the fastest rate of growth and the highest income per head in the EU.
  • European investors invest for the long term. And in most European countries there are major tax benefits for holding on to purchased stock for a certain amount of time as opposed to “dumping” it immediately into the market. The lack of investors that instantly sell a company’s stock allows for stability in stock price and opportunities for growth. Compared to the listing on other exchanges, such as the NASDAQ, OTC Bulletin Board, Canadian Venture Exchange (TSX) or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London, Frankfurt stands out because of the ease of entry, (Audited financials are not required), fast process and low annual fees.
  • Today, with a total turnover of €5.2 trillion per year the Frankfurt Stock Exchange strengthens its position as the world’s 3rd largest trade-place for stocks and the world’s 2nd largest by market capitalization.

Don’t become concerned if it looks like you are dropping off from a Listing requirement, when you can reorganize your current listing in its state for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

If the €60,000 consulting fee is in access of the available capital within the company, consider merging with a firm that has the capital or discuss financing options with www.fselistings.com to establish the required funds. If you are interested in assistance in reorganizing your Publicly Listed or Delisted company and establish a listing on the Frankfurt Exchange, please contact info@fselistings.com.

Other considerations:

The process for going public is fast (3-5 weeks) and not subject to listing requirements and fees associated to your local markets, due to the organizational consulting by www.fselistings.com. Our reorganization plan will extinguish the local expenses and regulations and deliver the capital and liquidity your shareholders should have in Euro currency. By listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange using www.fselistings.com, you will have ongoing access to market professionals, IR companies, and institutional investors. Road shows within Europe are not only effective at assisting companies to raising 1 million euro to 10 million euro, but essential for the long-term liquidity of your company.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

 (914) 613-3889 United States  

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

27110836116 South Africa

 (22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

Send Your Company Details For A CALLBACK with Timeline And Qualifications Meeting By www.FSEListings.com:

Your Name (required)

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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 02:03 PM
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Is your company at risk of not meeting the requirements of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX Listings) or possibly you are already delisted?

Don’t worry this isn’t the end of the world, and we have a solution for you which may turn-out better for your firm and shareholders in the long run versus listing on the ASX or other alternatives… we are going to help you move your firm to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange within the next 4-5 weeks with a capital raising strategy to help your business once you are listed! 

Approximately 10,000 companies have been delisted from the Australian Stock Exchange (or the state-based exchanges), Newcastle Stock Exchange, Bendigo Stock Exchange and the New Zealand Stock Exchange over the past 100 odd years, or have had their name changed.

How can your firm obtain a listing on the Frankfurt Stock Market within only 4-5 weeks… because your firm has had over $500,000 Australian Dollars invested into it during its lifespan as an Australian Public Company trading on the ASX or NZX, thus, you have achieved the money-in or capital-in investment requirement for listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Why list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and why is it superior to the alternatives?

  • The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world’s third largest trading center for securities and Germany’s largest exchange.
  • German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size Australian, U.S. and Canadian companies to invest in.
  • The German Frankfurt Exchange has a primary market consisting of more than 100 million people, and has the fastest rate of growth and the highest income per head in the EU.
  • European investors invest for the long term. And in most European countries there are major tax benefits for holding on to purchased stock for a certain amount of time as opposed to “dumping” it immediately into the market. The lack of investors that instantly sell a company’s stock allows for stability in stock price and opportunities for growth. Compared to the listing on other exchanges, such as the NASDAQ, OTC Bulletin Board, Canadian Venture Exchange (TSX) or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London, Frankfurt stands out because of the ease of entry, (Audited financials are not required), fast process and low annual fees.
  • Today, with a total turnover of €5.2 trillion per year the Frankfurt Stock Exchange strengthens its position as the world’s 3rd largest trade-place for stocks and the world’s 2nd largest by market capitalization.

Don’t become concerned if it looks like you are dropping off from an ASX or NZX Listing requirement, when you can reorganize your current ASX listing in its current state for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

If the €60,000 consulting fee is in access of the available capital within the company, consider merging with a firm that has the capital or discuss financing options with www.fselistings.com to establish the required funds. If you are interested in assistance in reorganizing your Australian Publicly Listed company and establish a listing on the Frankfurt Exchange, please contact info@fselistings.com.

Other considerations:

The process for going public is fast (3-5 weeks) and not subject to listing requirements and fees associated to your local markets, due to the organizational consulting by www.fselistings.com. Our reorganization plan will extinguish the local expenses and regulations and deliver the capital and liquidity your shareholders should have in Euro currency. By listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange using www.fselistings.com, you will have ongoing access to market professionals, IR companies, and institutional investors. Road shows within Europe are not only effective at assisting companies to raising 1 million euro to 10 million euro, but essential for the long-term liquidity of your company.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com, www.asxlistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

 (914) 613-3889 United States  

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

27110836116 South Africa

 (22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

Send Your Company Details For A CALLBACK with Timeline And Qualifications Meeting By www.FSEListings.com:

Your Name (required)

Your Company Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Message


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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 02:03 PM
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Is your company at risk of not meeting the requirements of the NASDAQ, OTCBB and or Pinksheets, possibly you are now a grey sheet or without a market maker?

Don’t worry this isn’t the end of the world, and we have a solution for you which may turn-out better for your firm and shareholders in the long run versus listing on the Pinksheets or other alternatives… we are going to help you move your firm to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange within the next 4-5 weeks with a capital raising strategy to help your business once you are listed!

How can your firm obtain a listing on the Frankfurt Stock Market within only 4-5 weeks… because your firm has had over $400,000 USD invested into it during its lifespan as a US Public Company trading on the OTCBB, Pinksheets, NASDAQ, or otherwise, thus, you have achieved the money-in or capital-in investment requirement for listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Why list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and why is it superior to the alternatives?

  • The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world’s third largest trading center for securities and Germany’s largest exchange.
  • German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size South African, U.S. and Canadian companies to invest in.
  • The German Frankfurt Exchange has a primary market consisting of more than 100 million people, and has the fastest rate of growth and the highest income per head in the EU.
  • European investors invest for the long term. And in most European countries there are major tax benefits for holding on to purchased stock for a certain amount of time as opposed to “dumping” it immediately into the market. The lack of investors that instantly sell a company’s stock allows for stability in stock price and opportunities for growth. Compared to the listing on other exchanges, such as the NASDAQ, OTC Bulletin Board, Canadian Venture Exchange (TSX) or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London, Frankfurt stands out because of the ease of entry, (Audited financials are not required), fast process and low annual fees.
  • Today, with a total turnover of €5.2 trillion per year the Frankfurt Stock Exchange strengthens its position as the world’s 3rd largest trade-place for stocks and the world’s 2nd largest by market capitalization.

Don’t become concerned if it looks like you are dropping off from a NASDAQ Listing requirement or from the OTCBB and Pinksheets listings, when you can reorganize your current US listing in its current state for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

If the €60,000 consulting fee is in access of the available capital within the company, consider merging with a firm that has the capital or discuss financing options with www.fselistings.com to establish the required funds. If you are interested in assistance in reorganizing your US Publicly Listed company and establish a listing on the Frankfurt Exchange, please contact info@fselistings.com.

Other considerations:

The process for going public is fast (3-5 weeks) and not subject to listing requirements and fees associated to your local markets, due to the organizational consulting by www.fselistings.com. Our reorganization plan will extinguish the local expenses and regulations and deliver the capital and liquidity your shareholders should have in Euro currency. By listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange using www.fselistings.com, you will have ongoing access to market professionals, IR companies, and institutional investors. Road shows within Europe are not only effective at assisting companies to raising 1 million euro to 10 million euro, but essential for the long-term liquidity of your company.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

(914) 613-3889 United States  

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

27110836116 South Africa

 (22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

Send Your Company Details For A CALLBACK with Timeline And Qualifications Meeting By www.FSEListings.com:

Your Name (required)

Your Company Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Message


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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 02:03 PM
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Is your company at risk of not meeting the requirements of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange or being Delisted from the JSE or AltX?

Don’t worry this isn’t the end of the world, and we have a solution for you which may turn-out better for your firm and shareholders in the long run versus listing on the JSE or ALTX… we are going to help you move your firm to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange within the next 4-5 weeks with a capital raising strategy to help your business once you are listed!

How can your firm obtain a listing on the Frankfurt Stock Market within only 4-5 weeks… because your firm has had over R6,600,000 (South African Rand) invested into it during its lifespan as a JSE or ALTx Public Company trading on a South African Stock Exchange, you have achieved the money-in or capital-in investment requirement for listing on the Frankfurt Exchange.

Why list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and why is it superior to the South African, Canadian and US alternatives?

  • The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world’s third largest trading center for securities and Germany’s largest exchange.
  • German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size South African, U.S. and Canadian companies to invest in.
  • With the FIFA World Cup coming to South Africa, you will be able to list your company in a market that caters to the audience of the games.
  • Europeans like to invest historically in projects that are in Africa and South Africa, especially considering the affinity between the primary Deutsche market and South Africa
  • The German Frankfurt Exchange has a primary market consisting of more than 100 million people, and has the fastest rate of growth and the highest income per head in the EU. (The JSE market population is less than a third of this market)
  • European investors invest for the long term. And in most European countries there are major tax benefits for holding on to purchased stock for a certain amount of time as opposed to “dumping” it immediately into the market. The lack of investors that instantly sell a company’s stock allows for stability in stock price and opportunities for growth. Compared to the listing on other exchanges, such as the NASDAQ, OTC Bulletin Board, Canadian Venture Exchange (TSX) or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London, Frankfurt stands out because of the ease of entry, (Audited financials are not required), fast process and low annual fees.
  • Today, with a total turnover of €5.2 trillion per year the Frankfurt Stock Exchange strengthens its position as the world’s 3rd largest trade-place for stocks and the world’s 2nd largest by market capitalization.

Don’t become concerned if it looks like you are dropping off from a JSE listing or ALTx listing, when you can reorganize your current South African listing in its current state for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

If the €60,000 consulting fee is in access of the available capital within the company, consider merging with a firm that has the capital or discuss financing options with www.fselistings.com to establish the required funds. If you are interested in assistance in reorganizing your JSE or ALTx company to list on the Frankfurt Exchange, please contact info@fselistings.com.

Other considerations:

The process for going public is fast (3-5 weeks) and not subject to listing requirements and fees associated to your local markets, due to the organizational consulting by www.fselistings.com. Our reorganization plan will extinguish the local expenses and regulations and deliver the capital and liquidity your shareholders should have in Euro currency. By listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange using www.fselistings.com, you will have ongoing access to market professionals, IR companies, and institutional investors. Road shows within Europe are not only effective at assisting companies to raising 1 million euro to 10 million euro, but essential for the long-term liquidity of your company.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

27110836116 South Africa

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

(22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

(914) 613-3889 United States  

Send Your Company Details For A CALLBACK with Timeline And Qualifications Meeting By www.FSEListings.com:

Your Name (required)

Your Company Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Message


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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 01:03 PM
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Is your company at risk of not meeting the requirements of the Toronto Stock Exchange or being Delisted from the TSX? Possibly you are already delisted?

Don’t worry this isn’t the end of the world, and we have a solution for you which may turn-out better for your firm and shareholders in the long run versus listing on the NEX or CNSX… we are going to help you move your firm to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange within the next 4-5 weeks with a capital raising strategy to help your business once you are listed!

How can your firm obtain a listing on the Frankfurt Stock Market within only 4-5 weeks… because your firm has had over $400,000 invested into it during its lifespan as a Canadian Public Company trading on a Canadian Stock Exchange, you have achieved the money-in or capital-in investment requirement for listing on the Frankfurt Exchange.

Why list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and why is it superior to the Canadian and US alternatives?

  • The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world’s third largest trading center for securities and Germany’s largest exchange.
  • And German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size U.S. and Canadian companies to invest in.
  • The German Frankfurt Exchange has a primary market consisting of more than 100 million people, and has the fastest rate of growth and the highest income per head in the EU. (Canada’s market population is less than half and a lower income per head.)
  • European investors invest for the long term. And in most European countries there are major tax benefits for holding on to purchased stock for a certain amount of time as opposed to “dumping” it immediately into the market. The lack of investors that instantly sell a company’s stock allows for stability in stock price and opportunities for growth. Compared to the listing on other exchanges, such as the NASDAQ, OTC Bulletin Board, Canadian Venture Exchange (TSX) or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London, Frankfurt stands out because of the ease of entry, (Audited financials are not required), fast process and low annual fees.
  • Today, with a total turnover of €5.2 trillion per year the Frankfurt Stock Exchange strengthens its position as the world’s 3rd largest trade-place for stocks and the world’s 2nd largest by market capitalization.

Don’t become concerned if it looks like you are dropping to the NEX exchange when you can reorganize your current TSX or Capital Pool Corporation in its current state for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

If the $100,000 consulting fee is in access of the available capital within the company, consider merging with Capital Pools or delisted capital pools to establish the required funds. If you are interested in assistance in reorganizing your TSX company to list on the Frankfurt Exchange, please contact info@fselistings.com.

Other considerations:

The process for going public is fast (3-5 weeks) and not subject to listing requirements and fees associated to your local markets, due to the organizational consulting by www.fselistings.com. Our reorganization plan will extinguish the local expenses and regulations and deliver the capital and liquidity your shareholders should have in Euro currency. By listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange using www.fselistings.com, you will have ongoing access to market professionals, IR companies, and institutional investors. Road shows within Europe are not only effective at assisting companies to raising 1 million euro to 10 million euro, but essential for the long-term liquidity of your company.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

(22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

(914) 613-3889 United States  

27110836116 South Africa

Send Your Company Details For A CALLBACK with a Timeline And Qualifications By www.FSEListings.com:

Your Name (required)

Your Company Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Message


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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 01:03 PM
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Are you a Capital Pool Corporation at risk of being delisted from the TSX.V?

Have you built a Capital Pool Corporation (CPC) which is looking to raise more capital and or to complete a transaction but the market volatility has caused a difficult climate to raise funds or attract the right projects?

Have you listed your Capital Pool Corporation on the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture Markets (TSX.V) and you are now looking for a qualifying transaction or a way to raise more capital for your company?  

The good news we have for you is that a NEX Listing is not your only option, nor merging with another CPC or investing in a TSX company, all because of the job you have done in the past raising funds which qualify you to list in the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.  There are two ways we can greatly help you raise capital and create liquidity superior to what you may have even experienced as a TSX.V company within the next 4-5 weeks by listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange your Capital Pool Corporation. Many people overlook the fact that the capital-in requirement of 250,000 euro or $400,000 has already been registered as capital-in during the process of going public and listing as a CPC. If not, we suggest either raising the additional capital or merging with an existing CPC to make up for the 250,000 euro capital in requirement.

Once the capital in requirement has been reached, the corporation will pay an advisor and listing fee guaranteed to succeed in listing the company within the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The fee of 60,000 euro or estimated $100,000 CDN accomplishes listing the company with all shares free trading, including the original Director and Founders blocks. In addition, the Frankfurt market is an exchange which is RRSP eligible which makes a difference to many of your shareholders who are Canadian, with the following other benefits:

  • The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world’s third largest trading center for securities and Germany’s largest exchange.
  • And German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size U.S. and Canadian companies to invest in.
  • The German Frankfurt Exchange has a primary market consisting of more than 100 million people, and has the fastest rate of growth and the highest income per head in the EU. (Canada’s market population is less than half and a lower income per head.)
  • European investors invest for the long term. And in most European countries there are major tax benefits for holding on to purchased stock for a certain amount of time as opposed to “dumping” it immediately into the market. The lack of investors that instantly sell a company’s stock allows for stability in stock price and opportunities for growth. Compared to the listing on other exchanges, such as the NASDAQ, OTC Bulletin Board, Canadian Venture Exchange (TSX) or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London, Frankfurt stands out because of the ease of entry, (Audited financials are not required), fast process and low annual fees.
  • Today, with a total turnover of €5.2 trillion per year the Frankfurt Stock Exchange strengthens its position as the world’s 3rd largest trade-place for stocks and the world’s 2nd largest by market capitalization.

Don’t become concerned if it looks like you are dropping to the NEX exchange when you can reorganize your current Capital Pool Corporation in its delisted state for listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

If the $100,000 consulting fee is in access of the available capital within the company, consider merging with other Capital Pools or delisted capital pools to establish the required funds. If you are interested in assistance in reorganizing your Capital Pool Corporation to list on the Frankfurt Exchange, please contact info@fselistings.com.

Other considerations:

The process for going public is fast (3-5 weeks) and not subject to listing requirements and fees associated to your local markets, due to the organizational consulting by www.fselistings.com. Our reorganization plan will extinguish the local expenses and regulations and deliver the capital and liquidity your shareholders should have in Euro currency. By listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange using www.fselistings.com, you will have ongoing access to market professionals, IR companies, and institutional investors. Road shows within Europe are not only effective at assisting companies to raising 1 million euro to 10 million euro, but essential for the long-term liquidity of your company.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

(22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

(914) 613-3889 United States  

27110836116 South Africa

Send Your Company Details For A CALLBACK with Timeline And Qualifications Meeting By www.FSEListings.com:

Your Name (required)

Your Company Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Message


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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 12:03 PM
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Listing on The Frankfurt Exchange Versus The CNSX

If you are considering listing on the CNSX and have not done so yet, I would consider before investing into listing on the CNSX you may be able to spend the same amount of funds and list on an exchange with a higher liquidity and more options for financing. As a Canadian company, we can understand the desire to subject yourself to local regulatory authorities and capital raising instruments within your country, but based on the volume and capitalization of the market… are you listing because it is Canadian or are you trying to raise funds for your company and give liquidity to shareholders?

If you already have invested over $400,000 or 250,000 euro into your business since the inception of the company, then you meet the capital in requirements for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. If your business is at this stage but doesn’t have capital in hand, your firm will need to raise $100,000 to become listed on the CNSX to meet their minimum requirement. For the same $100,000 Canadian Dollars you could list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (60,000 euro) and begin raising capital inside of 4 to 5 weeks. The process for going public is fast and not subject to listing requirements and fees associated to your local markets, due to the organizational consulting by www.fselistings.com. By listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, you will have ongoing access to market professionals, IR companies, and institutional investors. Road shows within Europe are not only effective at assisting companies to raising 1 million euro to 10 million euro, but essential for the long-term liquidity of your company.

Companies can no longer dual list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange within the same capacity you may remember a few years ago, therefore, listing on the Frankfurt is a primary listing. Once your firm has listed and raised the capital on Frankfurt, you can always dual list on the OTCBB, CNSX, and other such exchanges increasing your retail shareholder market.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

  • The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world’s third largest trading center for securities and Germany’s largest exchange.
  • And German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size U.S. and Canadian companies to invest in.
  • The German Frankfurt Exchange has a primary market consisting of more than 100 million people, and has the fastest rate of growth and the highest income per head in the EU. (Canada’s market population is less than half and a lower income per head.)
  • European investors invest for the long term. And in most European countries there are major tax benefits for holding on to purchased stock for a certain amount of time as opposed to “dumping” it immediately into the market. The lack of investors that instantly sell a company’s stock allows for stability in stock price and opportunities for growth. Compared to the listing on other exchanges, such as the NASDAQ, OTC Bulletin Board, Canadian Venture Exchange (TSX) or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London, Frankfurt stands out because of the ease of entry, (Audited financials are not required), fast process and low annual fees.
  • Today, with a total turnover of €5.2 trillion per year the Frankfurt Stock Exchange strengthens its position as the world’s 3rd largest trade-place for stocks and the world’s 2nd largest by market capitalization.
We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

(22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

(914) 613-3889 United States  

27110836116 South Africa

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Sunday, March 14, 2010 @ 12:03 PM
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Switching Your Listing From The CNSX To The Frankfurt Exchange

As you are aware from listing on the CNSX that it is in fact a low cost process for listing a company on a stock exchange in Canada. The CNSX at the time you listed may have met the needs of your company to show your shareholders that you are a publicly traded company. Ideally, the CNSX has been the venue for you to be able to raise your first $400,000+ Canadian dollars to fund your business.

However, you have most likely felt the same pressure as many have, the $400,000 raised has not been enough and you require more funds to operate your business. Because of the low liquidity and trading compared to the TSX, OTCBB, and or Frankfurt exchange, debt financers are not willing to lend money based on a convertible debenture. Brokers raised the initial funds, but due to the first investment received by your company, they feel they can not raise substantially more capital for your firm.

There is one really good choice when you are in this position, consider switching your listing to the Frankfurt Exchange.

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange fast track listing available by www.fselistings.com, allows your company to become a publicly traded company on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange within 4-5 weeks. Because your company has already raised the required funds of $400,000 (250,000 euro min.) on the CNSX, your business will qualify for the money-in requirement of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Whether you raised the funds on the CNSX or you raised it before and during your listing, as long as $400,000 has been invested into your firm you will qualify.

Upon preparing the necessary accounting documents that show the proof of funds, www.FSEListings.com will take your business plan and information to a series of Venture Capital and IR firms who will confirm they can raise capital and or create liquidity for your firm if listed on the FSE. The Investment Capital will be from 1 million euro to 10 million euro with liquidity for shareholders. At this stage, our listing partners and financial advisors will be paid a nominal fee of 60,000 euro to list the company and prepare the initial introductions.

Once the company is listed, the IR and Investment Companies will execute a strategy for the company. Some of the financers will invest debt instruments up to 5% of the companies market cap. There are many opportunities and options to properly finance your company once you are on a strong recognized European stock exchange.

Taking a primary listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is an essential component to your companies success moving forward. www.fselistings.com is also associated to www.stockexchangelistings.com and www.otclistings.com which have an in depth network of companies and financers that can assist you to raise capital once you have dual listed into the other markets. Start with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange today, contact info@fselistings.com.

We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

(22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

(914) 613-3889 United States  

27110836116 South Africa

  • The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world’s third largest trading center for securities and Germany’s largest exchange.
  • And German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size U.S. and Canadian companies to invest in.
  • The German Frankfurt Exchange has a primary market consisting of more than 100 million people, and has the fastest rate of growth and the highest income per head in the EU. (Canada’s market population is less than half and a lower income per head.)
  • European investors invest for the long term. And in most European countries there are major tax benefits for holding on to purchased stock for a certain amount of time as opposed to “dumping” it immediately into the market. The lack of investors that instantly sell a company’s stock allows for stability in stock price and opportunities for growth. Compared to the listing on other exchanges, such as the NASDAQ, OTC Bulletin Board, Canadian Venture Exchange (TSX) or the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in London, Frankfurt stands out because of the ease of entry, (Audited financials are not required), fast process and low annual fees.
  • Today, with a total turnover of €5.2 trillion per year the Frankfurt Stock Exchange strengthens its position as the world’s 3rd largest trade-place for stocks and the world’s 2nd largest by market capitalization.
We can also be reached at any of the following numbers internationally:

020 8123 5719 United Kingdom

8175 3591 Hong Kong S.A.R., China

(22) 575 20 28 Switzerland

(02) 8006 9127 Australia

(914) 613-3889 United States  

27110836116 South Africa

Send Your Company Details For A CALLBACK with Timeline And Qualifications Meeting By www.FSEListings.com:

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Thursday, March 11, 2010 @ 04:03 AM
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Qualifying Companies

To qualify, a company must meet the following basic criteria:

  • At least one year in existence.
  • Privately owned (this is not a dual-listing for existing public companies, but is an IPO)
  • Can be domiciled anywhere in the world.
  • Good financial statements in International or U.S. GAAP format (but do NOT need to be audited)
  • At least 30 shareholders (if necessary, owners can gift small numbers of shares to family and friends to insure this minimum number)
  • A minimum of 250,000 Euros has been invested in the company (Paid-up capital)

Shares to be listed

Up to 100% of the owners’ shares will be “registered” and become free trading and listed on the

Exchange, but these shares may be subject to a “lock up” agreement for a determined period of time to permit the financing to take place first.

Company Valuation

A company can expect a substantially higher public market valuation than would be attributed to it as a private concern. For example, private companies are typically valued at a multiple of 3 to 5 times EBIT, whereas this same company, in a public market with liquidity of its stock, would have   valuation of 15 to 20 or more times EBIT and even development stage companies with no revenue or profits often have very high valuations as public companies.

Time for Listing/Trading

Typically, once due diligence information has been fully delivered by the Company, the entire process takes 4-6 weeks to complete the listing and to commence trading.

Raising Capital; Investor Road Show

Once trading commences, the Company will be taken on an extensive road show across Germany and Switzerland to expose the financing to appropriate groups with the expectation to secure funding commitments within one to two weeks. The investor groups will buy new stock at a negotiated discount to the market price. The cost of the road show is included in FSEListings.com’s fee, except for the travel and accommodation expenses of the representatives of the Company. Also, you can expect an industry typical success fee payable upon funding.

Multi City Show: Cities may include: Zurich, Munich, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Berlin, Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Face to face meetings with funding groups and strategic investors, arranged to generate substantial interest for the Company’s stock in major European equity markets.

Maximized results by handpicking the parties for each presentation to ensure the best possible fit between the attendees and the Company.

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