5 October 2020

London’s ‘enfant terrible’ Aim market comes of age as FTSE 100 stutters

Ivan Sedgwick, Investments Director at LGB & Co, contributed to an article in The Times on the AIM market.

“There has been quite a significant recovery in retail activity on Aim — exactly the same has happened in the US,” said Ivan Sedgwick, investment director at LGB & Co, the boutique finance house that helps small companies to raise money. “People who have savings have been at home, they’ve been stuck in front of their screens and they’re trading more.”

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