BSE, NSE cut SME listing fee by 25 per cent

BSE and NSE, they have reduced the annual listing fees for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by 25 per cent.

   
BSE, NSE cut SME listing fee by 25 per cent

According to reports, BSE and NSE, they have reduced the annual listing fees for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by 25 per cent as part of attempts to lower the compliance costs for companies during the ongoing coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic.

The statement issued by BSE stated that the reduced listing fee structure would be applicable for currently listed companies as well as for all the firms waiting to be listed on the bourse. While, NSE has stated that the rebate is for all existing listed entities.

As per the official data, there are about 322 SMEs listed on the BSE platform, while the NSE has 209 such listed entities. The separate segment for SMEs was launched by both the exchanges in 2012.






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