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

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.


AIM delistings at lowest in seven years despite continued fall in market population

The number of businesses leaving the Alternative Investment Market has fallen to its lowest level since 2005, new research shows.


Rangers FC joins AIM as ‘Buy Rangers’ scheme contributes £250,000

Scottish football club Rangers has joined the Alternative Investment Market having initially declared its desire to back in early October.


ISDX to AIM move for Venn Life Sciences

Venn Life Sciences has joined the Alternative Investment Market and raised growth funds to support the move.


New AIM placing for EpiStem to aid with development of Genedrive diagnostic

EpiStem, a biotechnology and personalised medicine company, has used its Alternative Investment Market listing to raise £4.3 million. 


Daily raises money to fund AIM admission on new ISDX Growth Market exchange

Web hosting business Daily has raised £550,000 through a placing on the ISDX Growth Market, the replacement to the failed PLUS-SX exchange.


Bridge Energy joins Clinigen and Eland as September AIM admissions

The Alternative Investment Market has seen the third company join in September, with Bridge Energy the newest addition.


AIM life begins for Ironveld

South African-focused iron ore business Ironveld has listed on London's AIM market and raised £3 million from institutional investors.


AIM debut for Poulden’s Wishbone Gold

Wishbone Gold has raised £515,000 on admission to the alternative investment market.

Company Flotations

An AIM rising

New research from GrowthBusiness finds that domestic and foreign companies are continuing to use AIM to make acquisitions. We speak to businesses and advisors conducting deals to find out what is driving M&A activity on the junior market.


Consumer electronics firm Kada becomes latest Chinese AIM addition

Kada Technology Holdings has become the second Chinese firm in a week to declare its desire to join London's Alternative Investment Market (AIM).