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City Equities will offer deals, and advise to varying degrees. Hoodless Brennan, offer advice, but no on line trading platform. TD Waterhouse, will just charge a price per trade, but offer a number of different accounts, from ISA, SIPPs etc for easy management.
Penny Share Markets in the UK Penny shares, which are usually defined as low-priced shares of companies with a market cap of less than £100 million, are traded in three markets in the UK: the London Stock Exchange, the Alternative Investment Market, and the Off Exchange/PLUS Markets.
The London Stock Exchange, the pre-eminent European stock exchange with over 3,000 companies listed, allows for the listing of penny shares from companies with a minimum 3 years operating history. Companies that are allowed to list must also have at least 25% of their shares publicly held. The London Stock Exchange is the most heavily regulated of the penny share markets.
The Alternative Investment Market, a LSE sub-market created in 1995 to serve smaller companies, is a less regulated penny share market. With relatively few requirements for listing, this has become an extremely popular market for penny shares in start ups and other new and growing companies. In recent years, foreign companies have also begun to list on the AIM due to its friendly regulatory environment.
The PLUS Markets, formerly the Off Exchange, are independent of the London Stock Exchange, and are home to roughly 200 quoted companies, the majority of which have a market cap of £9 million or less. Over 7,000 companies trade on the exchange, and the total market capitalization of the PLUS markets is £2.4 billion. This market is the least regulated and is viewed as the riskiest for penny share investors, though some major companies, such as Arsenal Holdings, do list on the exchange.