Expert advice from the leading accountancy firm for AIM-listed companies.


Originally known as the Alternative Investment Market, AIM was established in 1995 to cater for growing businesses seeking the benefits of a public quotation along with a flexible regulatory approach. It has since become the most successful growth market of its type in the world.

The leading accountancy firm for AIM listed companies

We continue to audit more AIM listed entities than any other firm and have been the leading Reporting Accountant for AIM Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), acting on significantly more AIM IPOs in the last five years than any other firm.

We are passionate about working with medium sized companies with an entrepreneurial spirit. Many of these companies are listed on AIM and we support them with the insight and knowledge to help them overcome the challenges they face, including reporting and governance requirements. 

We can help you throughout involvement with AIM including helping you complete an IPO and a listing on AIM if that is your primary goal.

Getting AIM-listed

Working with an accountant who knows and understands your business is key to a successful admission to AIM. We can assist in all aspects of the IPO, from assessing your business’ readiness for IPO to carrying out the financial due diligence for your company directors and the Nominated Adviser (Nomad) and providing the ‘public’ opinions required by the admission process.

If you are considering joining AIM, you will need a Nomad approved by the London Stock Exchange. The Nomad plays a key role in advising and preparing your company for listing on AIM, including due diligence and acting as a regulator. We can also suggest Nomads appropriate to your company’s sector and circumstances.

Further details on our IPO readiness services and reporting accountant services

AIM Directors' Remuneration Report

We have researched and analysed the remuneration of directors of AIM listed companies on an annual basis in order to help benchmark remuneration of company directors. 

The report generated from this research looks in detail at the remuneration of CEOs, CFOs, other executive directors and non-executive directors. We also look at variations across industries and how the size and profitability of companies impacts remuneration.

This year’s AIM Directors’ Remuneration Report looks at the key trends driving remuneration in AIM 100 companies, providing up to date market intelligence and benchmarking across salary, bonuses and gender diversity. Get the report here. 

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