World Markets

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the world's third largest trading center for securities and Germany's largest exchange. It is responsible for 90 percent of the securities trading volume in Germany. The Exchange facilitates advanced electronic trading, settlement and information systems and enables cross-border trading for international investors.

And German investors, both institutional and private, who have held back from investing for many years by government restraints and their own conservatism, are now actively searching for small to mid-size U.S. and Canadian companies to invest in. With a new investment climate in Europe and changes in the OTC market in Germany the time is now ripe for U.S. and Canadian companies to enter the European public markets.

The DAX is one of the best alternatives for a small company to become public in today’s marketplace. For private companies that want to take that “First Step” into the public markets the process to become trading can take as little as 6 weeks.

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (DAX) is ideal for the following companies:

  • Private companies that want to become a public company
  • Public companies that want a dual listing