A2X, the alternative exchange currently licensed to allow secondary listings, says it is saving the investment market about R500m a year, thanks to lower trading fees and its ability to narrow the bid-offer spreads of the prices of listed securities.

By allowing transacting brokers to arrive at a more efficient pricing level when buying and selling shares, A2X says it plans to boost the potential savings for the market to R1.5bn as more public companies opt for a secondary listing on its platform...

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