AIM firms fail to draw interest

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MOST AIM listed companies are not getting the attention they deserve from investors resulting in unimpressive share price performance and reduced growth potential, according to Intellisys, the independent equity research provider.

The company analysed the quoted UK chemical companies in a sector-focused report which ranks companies by management quality and links the results to share price performance.

The analysis scored the financial performances of the companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange’s Main market (official list) and AIM (its junior market).

Intellisys believes all AIM companies should invest in research coverage to attract institutional and retail investors, reduce misplaced perceptions of investment risk and ensure share prices more accurately reflect management quality.

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