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What is AIM? 

Quite simply, Aim is the world’s leading growth market.

 

AIM was created by the London Stock Exchange in 1995, one of their straplines is “Powering the companies of tomorrow”. It provides a regulated market for small but growing International companies, the main reason companies list on the AIM is to raise money to fuel their growth. Since its inception, there has been over £45bn raised from new listings and over £68bn raised from further fundraisings. An impressive combined total of over £113bn. There are currently over 900 companies listed with a combined market cap of over £100 Bn however since 1995 there have been over 3800 companies from all over the world that have listed on the AIM.