Thanks to the certification of the FSA, IFXBG is already working on the bags of Frankfurt, Berlin, Plus Markets and GXG Markets. IFXBG, after two years helping and advising Spanish companies to find financing in the stock market in Frankfurt, now expands the number of bags that quote for the companies of our country, with the possibility of access to more markets and investors as well. In addition, the FSA (Financial Services Authority) as a financial entity that authorizes these financial services in the United Kingdom, has awarded IFXBG license for use throughout the European territory, thereby undertaking to act on new exchanges of markets across Europe. Currently IFXBG acts already in: Frankfurt Exchange is the largest stock exchange within the Deutsche Borse the benchmark index is the DAX. Orders in the German market are contracted through an orders of continuous trading system called XETRA. Currently, Deutsche Borse It held 60% of the resulting entity of its planned merger with NYSE. That entity would be, with large difference, world stock market higher. Berlin Exchange – is a stock exchange based in Berlin, Germany, founded in 1685 through an edict of the great Elector Friedrich Wilhelm and is one of the oldest institutions of its kind in the world.
In order to address internationalisation and the growing consolidation pressure, Borse Berlin has followed a strategy of niche successfully since the mid-1990s, with a particular focus on providing service to the greatest possible number of foreign companies. Plus Markets is a stock exchange based in London providing to United Kingdom and international enterprises, access to European capital through a wide range of markets in growth-based and fully prepared. The market offers a profitable growth of access to capital for companies seeking the first step in a public market. GXG Markets is a bag that sets a new unique and flexible capital market for companies and investors from middle type. GXG Markets offers an affordable platform for companies who find them very costly and complicated to complete requirements designed for regulation of large companies. Currently, IFXBG is also negotiating the possibility of Spanish companies are listed on a stock exchange of the Asian continent. This strategy is intended to increase the possibilities of raising funds because Asian investors currently have the highest levels of resources worldwide, apart from a remarkable appetite for acquiring capital of Western listed companies. More information in: IFXBG, C / Ferraz, 28,28008 Madrid Spain phone: 917588119 E-mail: Web: author: Pilar Esteban, head of communications for Markarte (www.markarte.net) about IFXBG IFXBG was born in January 2010 and is constituted by a group of professionals specialized in financial operations of relevance with one expands over 20 years professional experience. IFXBG partners have been involved in major operations with stock exchanges with international banks, institutional investors, investment funds, sovereign wealth funds and have brought more than 2,000 companies to bag, many of them in Germany and the USA.UU. Now installed in Spain with the aim of getting financing, internationalisation and growth solutions to Spanish companies.