The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) has expanded its secondary listings framework, now offering secondary listings from the Singapore Exchange (SGX). This allows companies with a primary listing on the SGX to seek a secondary listing on the JSE, qualifying for the fast-track listing route.
This means a company seeking a listing on the JSE may do so via a primary or secondary listing. A secondary listing means that once a company is listed on the JSE, it will only be required to comply with the Listings Requirements of the exchange where it has its primary listing i.e. the SGX.
Join us to hear from Chong Lek Foong, Head of Corporate Clients at the SGX about this and what it means for raising capital for businesses in Singapore and further afield.
Some light networking will follow the event over South African Fine Wines.
- Welcome and Introductions
- SGX: Introducing Secondary Listings on the JSE
- Light Networking
- Closing and Thanks