Kolejna spółka wybiera się z NewConnect na rynek główny GPW. KNF zatwierdził prospekt emisyjny Internet Media Services
2014-10-03  |  17:05

Komisja Nadzoru Finansowego zatwierdziła prospekt emisyjny spółki Internet Media Services. Notowana na NewConnect spółka, specjalizująca się w marketingu sensorycznym, chce przenieść się na rynek regulowany.


Z upoważnienia Komisji Nadzoru Finansowego (KNF) zatwierdzono prospekt emisyjny sporządzony przez Internet Media Services SA z siedzibą w Warszawie w związku z zamiarem ubiegania się o dopuszczenie do obrotu na rynku regulowanym akcji serii A, B, C, D, E, F1, F2, F3, G oraz H – podał w komunikacie KNF.

(Newseria Inwestor)

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