There are two main ways to list a company in Singapore, through the Mainboard Listing or the Catalist Listing. A company wishing to list on the Mainboard has to meet quantitative requirements. A Catalist Listing, on the other hand, does not involve any quantitative requirements and is tailored to faster-growing companies.
There are broadly 3 quantitative criteria:
In addition, the company must also meet the following conditions:
In relation to catalist listing, the company must meet the following conditions:
For both mainboard and catalist listing, the listing obligations are continuing.
Associate, Bernard & Rada Law Corporation
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