Frequently Asked Questions - Would companies based in an independent Scotland still be able to float on the London stock exchange?
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Yes. Businesses and individuals in an independent Scotland will retain access to capital markets in the UK and globally. For example, around 2,500 companies from over 70 jurisdictions are listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.