The Pre-Market Environment welcomes MABIA & FARADAY as adhered members
8 November, 2018
- The initiative counts with five collaborating entities and ten companies as adhered members
- The Environment opens up to growth companies with a longer track record and higher revenues
The Steering and Monitoring Committee of the Pre-Market Environment has announced the participation of two new companies: Mabia & Faraday Ventures Partners. The former offers independent financial analysis to those companies who are listed or intend to join MAB market. This has made it a benchmark in this BME market. Faraday is a private investors club interested on projects with commercial focus, scalable and with quick growth potential. The club offers its180 partners investment services, follow-up and assessment.
Mabia & Faraday Ventures Partners will be introduced to the investment community on November the 28th, at the next Investors Day together with the crowdfunding platforms SociosInversores, Startupxplore and the Asociación Nacional de Parques Científicos y Tecnológicos (APTE). During this event new companies adhered to the start-ups and growth segments will also be introduced. The event will be held within the framework of the Business Angels National Congress in Valencia (November, 28th & 29th).
A report on the evolution and highlights of the Environment will be presented also at this Investors Day, (the 5th from the start of this programme).
The Pre-Market Environment is a joint initiative by BME and Big Ban born in November 2016 to help start-ups get to know the operation of the stock market and gain access to new investors. The Environment currently comprises ten companies in start-ups segment. Last July it opened a new segment for companies opens up to those growth companies with a longer track record and higher revenues.
The Pre-Market Environment remains open to more companies on a continuous basis. Among the requirements to access the Environment these must be public limited or limited companies and at least two years old, submit financial statements for the previous year and have a three-year business plan.