Bavarian Stock Exchange: as the first stock exchange in capital market SMEs
Munich — The capital market SME interest group is on a strong growth course. With the Munich Stock Exchange, it has now also been able to win a stock exchange as a renowned new member for the first time, which will actively support the association as a supporting member in the future.
The members of the association, which was founded at the end of 2017, come from every conceivable sector, including SMEs, of course, service providers in the capital market-oriented SME sector, financial institutions, media — and now, for the first time, a well-known German stock exchange. There has been a great deal of interest from capital market-oriented SMEs.
“It is our central concern that the framework conditions for capital market financing for small and medium-sized enterprises in Germany continue to improve. That is why we are pleased to actively support the Capital Market SME Interest Group,” says Dr. Marc Feiler, Member of the Management Board of Börse München. The Munich Stock Exchange operates its own SME segment in over-the-counter trading: m:access (www.maccess.de). More than 50 companies are now listed here.
The president of the interest group Ingo Wegerich is pleased about the increase in members. “We are very pleased that Börse München has joined our association as a new member. With its SME segment m:access, the Munich Stock Exchange is very concerned about capital market-oriented SMEs and, as a member, is an ideal match for the objectives of our interest group. The fact that our criticism has contributed to the fact that securities issues of up to 8 million euros will be possible without a prospectus in the future has brought our association a great deal of attention and further strengthened the great interest in our representation of interests among small and medium-sized enterprises. With an increasing membership, we can lend even more weight to our arguments in the future.”