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ways to list company shares


list your company shares (IPO)

An initial public offering (IPO) is the traditional method of obtaining a listing on a stock exchange. You have to file a prospectus, followed by an application for a public listing. The prospectus provides potential investors with detailed information they need to make informed investment decisions. Filing a prospectus Your prospectus is an extremely detailed and critical document in the process of going public. It provides investors with the information needed to make informed investment decisions. Successful completion of a prospectus requires the co-operation of management, legal counsel, auditors, securities commissions and the Exchange. Prospectus filing and review is a five-step process: File a preliminary prospectus with the FNFTEX, where shares will be sold. Regulatory authorities review the prospectus and inform your professional advisors of any deficiencies. After all deficiencies are cleared to the satisfaction of the regulators, file an amended prospectus in final form. The FNFTEX will issue a final receipt as acceptance of the prospectus. This approval allows your company to begin selling shares in the provincial jurisdictions where a final receipt has been issued.


by Reversed Take Over (RTO)

A reverse take-over is also known as a "back door listing" or "reverse merger" of a company already listed on the FNFTEX. This listing can be done in a number of ways, including an amalgamation or issuance of shares in exchange for other shares or assets of the issuer. The company resulting from the RTO must meet the original listing requirements of the FNFTEX and must submit to an approval procedure similar to that of an original listing application. The FNFTEX board provides the potential for an additional source of listed shell companies. This allows shareholders of a private company to merge with an issuer that has no substantial business activity.


list other asset shares

Listing tangibles is the not a complicated thing. For most is to establish your ownership and therefor rights to list at all. Next thing is to set a value, the number of shares to like to list. ​Remember you don't have to list all shares! You can keep shares yourselves. Also for selling reasons we like to have some explaining- or displaying pictures or drawings. Have a look at eg. some paintings already listed; these details mentioned there are required.


direct listing

A direct listing* allows companies and individuals to list on FNFTEX without raising new capital. You simply offer what you already have for sale! It is different from an IPO and its not a private placement; is is offering your asset up for sale for anybody to acquire. The difference is just the public you are offering it to! For companies: It is no different than being listed on a stock exchange. You simply offer (some of) your already existing shares up for sale for the price you like it to fetch. Once listed the market will determine the evolution of the price further in time. This will give that company or person access to: valuation; a volatile market price making investors shares sellable before an exit (hence more attractive for investing at all) a market; buying and selling of your shares. and getting a (partly) exit earlier; retire in a slow pace no lockups so; if you also want to participate in the future expected higher value of your you better list on the FNFTEX. How is this secure? Your listed share ownership will be in the blockchain. There is NO further need for registration except at the moment of listing. This process will be handled by the FNFTEX. Once your shares start to be traded in , the blockchain will handle the ownership. That doen't mean trades in your shares can be done anonymously; its is the share ownership that is in the blockchain as a decentralised secure technique; no need for further expensive stock exchanges making millions on just the process and software! Duly notarized The transaction of listing will be notarised and set in a legal form that is controlled by all legal applicable laws of the EU and UK. Your ownership is secure.

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We always need the following information:1. your details for the KYC procedure This means a copy passport of the applicant, owner or UBO('s) and a proof of address, not older than 3 months.If you already applied for an FNFTEX account or have an FNFTEX account this is completed.2. your proof that you own the asset. Depending on the sort you wish to list, you know what to deliver. If you don't know how to, please mail us. 

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