PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News:
NextStage (Paris:NEXTS), an investment management company specialised in long-term investments in medium sized companies announces the implementation of a liquidity contract in compliance with the AMAFI Code of conduct (the French Financial Market Professionals Association) and approved by the decision of the French Financial Markets Authority entered into 21 March 2011.
This agreement was concluded for a period of one year, renewable by tacit agreement. The purpose of the liquidity contract is to foster regular and liquid trading in the shares of the company NextStage (ISIN : FR0012789386, Mnémonique : NEXTS) on the regulated market of Euronext Paris.
For the implementation of this contract, the following means were made available on the liquidity account :
EUR 1.000.000,00 in cash
NextStage is an investment company, created in March 2015 and
specialising in Mid-Sized Companies (‘MSCs’). It provides access to a
category of unlisted assets which are hardly accessible and offer growth
and potential. Its investments consist of equity capital with little or
no leverage, and with no time limits, together with visionary
entrepreneurs. NextStage relies on the know-how and strength of the
NextStage AM management company, which was created in 2002. NextStage
had already made eight investment by 30 September 2016. It benefits from
attractive venture-capital company tax arrangements. The Company’s share
capital is held by top rank investors such as Artémis, Téthys, AXA, and
Amundi. NextStage intends to draw up an ambitious plan, the objective of
which is to accelerate the growth of leading MSCs around four
fundamental cross-sector trends resulting from the Third Industrial
Revolution, namely: the economy linked to the value of our emotions and
the quality of the customer experience; the on-demand and sharing
economy; the industrial internet; and positive growth (or green growth).
For further information, please go to www.nextstage-ipo.com or to email@example.com