A listing in store

Laschinger, Kirsty
June 2005
Finance Week;6/22/2005, p31
Reports on the debut of direct response marketer Verimark on the JSE Securities Exchange in South Africa. Consideration of the company as one of the more attractive new listings in the market; Statement of Verimark CEO Michael van Straaten on selling part of his shareholding to ensure reasonable marketability; Advantages of the stock market listing for the company.


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