Written in collaboration with the Quoted Companies Alliance
Politicians and business leaders often refer to small and mid-size quoted companies (SMQCs) as being pivotal to the future of the British economy. But the definition of “small and mid-size” can cover a huge range of companies, and the difference between the UK’s largest companies and the rest is stark, as we present in this paper. SMQC make massive contribution to society and stock market. In particular, we examine the companies quoted on the UK’s public equity markets to highlight the difference in size between the largest 100 companies and the rest.
In particular, we note the following for SMQCs.
 As at the close on 28 February 2019