Paul Marshall Says U.K. Listing Rule Changes Don’t Go Far Enough

Dec. 3, 2021, 1:50 PM

London’s latest attempt to lure companies to list in the city doesn’t go far enough, hedge fund titan Paul Marshall said, days after deriding the U.K.’s financial center as a “Jurassic Park” devoid of growth and innovation.

New rules aimed at enticing more technology and growth-oriented companies to list in London come into force today, with firms issuing dual-class shares now allowed to list on the top tier of the London market. The move is designed to encourage founders to take their companies public while retaining significant stakes.

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