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The road to IPO success on AIM

The road to IPO success on AIM

With 118 new entrants, 2014 was the busiest year for new admissions to Aim since the boom time of 2007. And 2015 is shaping up nicely, too, with 18 arrivals already by the end of April, raising a total of £3.167bn at an average nearly £24m per company. As of 28th May 2015 the 20 largest newcomers companies on AIM have an average market capitalisation of £124m and have seen their share prices rise an average of 340 per cent since listing. But are they still worth investing in?

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