London AiM shells and GXG shells for sale now
We have London AiM shells and GXG Markets shells for sale.
We currently have London AiM shells and GXG shells for sale with prospectus for EUR 5 million offering included.
Public shells are used when private companies want to list on a stock exchange very fast, in a reverse merger, otherwise known as a reverse takeover. In a reverse takeover, shareholders of the private company take over control of the public shell company’s shares and then merge the shell company with the private company.
These public companies are called “shells” or “shell companies” because usually all that still exists of the original operating company is its organizational structure. The shareholders and directors of the private company going public by reverse takeover receive the shares of the public company and assume control of its board of directors. The entire process takes only a matter of weeks, including the name and stock symbol change.
The private company’s shareholders pay for the shell company by way of a share exchange, contributing their private company shares for shares in the public shell company that they wish to take over and merge with. This resulting share exchange and change of control of the public company completes the reverse merger, transforming the private company into a publicly held company.
Below you will find information on our shell companies for sale. We have GXG shells. Our shell companies come with a legal opinion from an EU registered law firm, reps and warranties and all legal work for the reverse takeover including but not limited to the name and symbol change, share issuance, escrow fees, and more is included in the price of our shells, plus much more. We have GXG shells in stock. Our shells are completely turn-key to make the merger process fast and easy and affordable. If interested in purchasing a public shell company, ask for a data sheet.
Public shell companies for sale:
Our merger network is substantial and we assist with everything.
We currently have London AiM shells as well as GXG Markets shells
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