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PROJECT REPORT on “Listing of Securities”

PROJECT REPORT on “Listing of Securities”

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PROJECT REPORT ON“Listing of securities”
IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTFOR THE COURSE MASTER OF MANAGEMENT STUDIESUNIVERSITY OF MUMBAISPECIALISATION:Finance 1
 
INDEX
SR NO.TITLEPAGE NO.1
LISTING
42
BSE – INDIA
53
NSE – INDIA
154
ASX – AUSTRALIA
335
BURSA MALAYSIA – MALASIA
406
SINGAPORE – SGX
447
USA – NASDAQ
528
UK – FTSE
612
 
LISTING:
It is the process of taking a privately-owned organisation and making the transition toa publicly-owned entity whose shares can be traded on a stock exchange.Listing means admission of the securities to dealings on a recognised stock exchange.The securities may be of any public limited company, Central or State Government,quasi governmental and other financial institutions/corporations, municipalities, etc.The ability to have its shares traded on a stock exchange is central to an organisation'sdecision to list. The fundamental role of a stock exchange is to bring together in onemarket place providers of capital and organisations that require capital.. Providers of capital earn a return on their investments through dividends and capital growth,thereby increasing the overall wealth of the nation, while the organisations in whichthey invest provide jobs and drive the economic development of Country.The objectives of listing are mainly to :
 provide liquidity to securities;
mobilize savings for economic development;
 protect interest of investors by ensuring full disclosures.These benefits include:
Access to capital for growth
– listing gives one the opportunity to raisecapital to fund acquisitions and/or organic growth.
Higher public and investor profile
– listing generally raises organisation’s public profile with customers, suppliers, investors and the media. Organisationmay also be covered in analyst reports and may be included in an index.
Institutional investment
– public listing means organisation will find it easier to attract institutional and professional investors.
Improved valuation
– being listed generates an independent valuation of organisation by the market.
A (secondary) market for organisation’s shares
trading of shares on givesshareholders the opportunity to realise the value of their holdings, which inturn can help broaden the shareholder base.3

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