Concept

Cross listing

Résumé
Cross-listing (or multi-listing, or interlisting) of shares is when a firm lists its equity shares on one or more foreign stock exchange in addition to its domestic exchange. To be cross-listed, a company must thus comply with the requirements of all the stock exchanges in which it is listed, such as filing. Cross-listing should not be confused with other methods that allow a company's stock to be traded in two different exchanges, such as:
  • Dual listed companies, where two distinct companies (with separate stocks listed on different exchanges) function as one company.
  • Depositary receipts, which are only a representation of the stock, issued by a third-party bank rather than by the company itself. However, in practice the two terms are often used interchangeably.
  • Admitted for trading, where a foreign share is accessible in a different market through an exchange convention and not actually registered within that different market.
Generally such a company's primary listing is on
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