Articles, news and analysis on London’s Alternative Investment Market.


New property concern Trafalgar New Homes lists on AIM

Residential property developer Trafalgar New Homes has joined AIM and secured a market capitalisation of £4.6 million.


Chargemaster picks AIM to fuel its future growth efforts

Electric vehicle charging business Chargemaster has outlined plans to list on London's Alternative Investment Market in July.

Company Flotations

Making AIM work: blur Group's use of the capital markets

Nine months after choosing the capital markets over a more traditional venture capital route, we catch up with blur Group, and CEO Philip Letts, to find out how progress has been.

Company Flotations

AIM IPO fees down as nomads compete for work

Competition amongst nominated advisers is driving down the cost of listing on the alternative investment market.


Guitar Hero and Halo 4 video games firm eyes AIM listing

Keywords Studios has outlined plans to join the Alternative Investment Market through a listing which could net the business £10 million.


Tech firm which chose AIM over VCs raises £7.6 million

Technology business blur Group has used its AIM status to raise funds for the first time since its October 2012 admission.


Imaginatik sticks with AIM and raises funds through new and old sources

Technology products and consultancy firm Imaginatik has added £1.26 million to its coffers through a placing.


Palm oil development firm lists on AIM

DekelOil has joined London's Alternative Investment Market to fuel growth, and raised £1.7 million in the process.


Listing on the Alternative Investment Market

Having listed on the Alternative Investment Market and raised £4 million, blur Group CEO and founder Philip Letts explains why the IPO was the best move he’s ever made


Acquisitions on the agenda for Advanced Computer Software

Advanced Computer Software is set to use its listing on the Alternative Investment Market to raise £44 million.

Financial Management

Number of seven-figure AIM salaries reaches pre-crisis level

The Alternative Investment Market now has 24 CEOs who earn more than £1 million.


American software firm targets February AIM admission

Online customer acquisition business Digital Globe Services has outlined plans to join the Alternative Investment Market in the first quarter of 2013.