Unlisted Indian Companies allowed to list on Stock Exchanges abroad

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December 5, 2013

Unlisted Indian Companies allowed to list on Stock Exchanges abroad

Recently, the Indian authorities have allowed Indian companies to raise funds on foreign stock exchanges to fuel better growth of Indian multinationals. The Government of India had issued a Press Release, on September 27th, 2013, allowing Indian companies to list and to raise capital abroad without the requirement of prior or simultaneous listing in India.

We believe this brings opportunities to perform transactions for Indian companies on the DCSX. The DCSX is an accessible and cost-efficient international securities exchange, supervised by the Central Bank of Curacao and Saint Martin. The DCSX listing rules and disclosure obligations are based on international standards, which allow listings and trading of all types of international securities. The DCSX offers a well regulated and recognized jurisdiction and framework that guarantees the visibility for the issuers, transparent handling of securities and transmission of every listed security. The DCSX represents a suitable option for the Indian Companies to structure, to issue and to list their shares on a stock exchange abroad in order to raise foreign capital.

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