London Stock Exchange Cancels Listing Fee for Ukraine

by Meifan Honcharuk
Thursday, June 22, 2023
London Stock Exchange Cancels Listing Fee for Ukraine

LSE in Ukraine serves 9 companies and 9 securities

London Stock Exchange CEO David Schwimmer confirmed the cancellation of the listing service fee for Ukrainian companies. We are talking about government-guaranteed bonds with a fixed income.

"We are currently engaged in discussions about a proposed international financial centre in Kyiv. For this organization to join major cities in the global alliance of international financial centres," David Schwimmer.

The agreement between Ukraine's National securities and stock market commission and the LSE was reached on the URC2023 platform. NSSM and LSE plan to expand cooperation in the field of local capital markets: Schwimmer is sure that the implementation of this option is key to attracting private foreign investments to Ukraine. A separate topic for consideration is the Ukraine-London dual listing.

Before Russia's full-scale attack on Ukraine, the London Stock Exchange worked with the bonds of the aggressor country. After February 24, the LSE stopped servicing and excluded Russian securities from KYC and AML.

You will be interested