An issuer must maintain a website from admission ensuring that the following minimum categories of information are made publicly available, free of charge:
a) the issuer’s name;
b) the name of its Corporate Adviser and other professional advisers;
c) incorporation (including the company legislation to which the issuer is subject);
d) directors and biographical details;
e) description of its business, operations or investment strategy (in the case of an investment vehicle);
f) number of securities in issue and the percentage of shares in public hands (updated at the same time as announcing information pursuant to rule 66);
g) particulars of any outstanding instruments issued by the issuer convertible into, or conferring a right to subscribe for, securities, and the amount and percentage of immediate dilution assuming full exercise of rights of conversion;
h) a list of substantial shareholdings and relevant percentage holdings (this information should be updated in accordance with announcements by the issuer made in accordance with rule 42);
i) regulatory announcements;
j) published annual reports for the previous three financial years or, if shorter, the period since incorporation;
k) published interim financial results;
l) historic admission document or prospectus relied on for admission or admission to the relevant Qualifying Market (if admitted as a fast-track applicant); and
m) circulars sent to shareholders within the last twelve months.
The information described in paragraphs (i), (j), (k) and (l) must remain available on the issuer’s website for a period of at least five years.
(Source NEX Exchange Growth Market Rules for Issuers - January 2019)