The differences between primary and secondary listings

Samantha Chiew
Samantha Chiew5/26/2022 4:26 PM GMT+08  • 4 min read
The differences between primary and secondary listings
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As Nio moves into Singapore for its second secondary listing, The Edge Singapore explores the difference between a primary listing and secondary listing, as well as Singapore’s secondary listing market.

According to local bourse Singapore Exchange (SGX), the regulatory approach for primary and secondary listings differ. The place of a company’s primary listing, or home exchange, will fully impose its listing rules on the company. In contrast, where a company is secondary-listed on an exchange, or the host exchange, will generally rely on the home exchange to regulate the company.

Additionally, the host exchange will subject the company to obligations on the disclosure of material information, in addition to the host exchange’s admission criteria.

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