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AQSE Rule 71 (previously NEX Rule 71)


An issuer must maintain a website from admission ensuring that the following minimum categories of information are made publicly available, free of charge:

a) the issuer’s name;

b) the name of its AQSE Corporate Adviser and other professional advisers;

c) its place of incorporation (including the company legislation to which the issuer is subject);

d) its constitutional documents;

e) its directors and biographical details;

f) the recognised corporate governance code to which the issuer has had regard and, where the issuer has departed from the principles of the code insofar as the composition of its board,

an explanation as to why it believes the composition of its board is appropriate and suitable;

g) a description of its business, operations or investment strategy (in the case of an investment vehicle);

h) in respect of an issuer with shares admitted to trading,

(i) the number of securities in issue and the percentage of securities in public hands (updated at the same time as announcing information pursuant to rule 62),

(ii) the particulars of any outstanding instruments issued by the issuer convertible into, or conferring a right to subscribe for, securities, and the amount and percentage of immediate dilution assuming full exercise of rights of conversion, and

(iii) a list of the shareholders holding more than five per cent of the issuer’s share capital or voting rights and the percentage held by such shareholders;

i) its regulatory announcements;

j) published annual reports;

k) published interim financial results;

l) historical admission document or prospectus relied on for admission or admission to the relevant qualifying market (if admitted as a fast-track applicant); and

m) circulars sent to shareholders.


The information described in paragraphs (i), (j), (k) and (l) must remain available on the issuer’s website for a period of at least five years from publication.


(Source AQSE Growth Market - Rules for Issuers - March 2020)