The Athens Stock Exchange (ASE), also known as the Hellenic Exchanges, is the principal securities exchange in Greece. Founded in 1876, it has a long history and serves as a vital component of the country's financial system.
The ASE operates with the objective of facilitating the trading of various financial instruments, including stocks, bonds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and derivatives. It provides a regulated marketplace where investors can buy and sell securities, offering a platform for capital formation and investment opportunities.
As Greece's main stock exchange, the ASE plays a crucial role in connecting companies seeking capital with investors looking to participate in the growth of Greek businesses. It provides a platform for initial public offerings (IPOs), enabling companies to raise funds by issuing shares to the public. By accessing the stock market, companies can enhance their visibility, increase liquidity, and expand their investor base.
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