(Nasdaq, LSE:PTNR) will be dual-listing for trade in Tel Aviv,
reports. Partner stock already trades on Nasdaq and in London. Soon it will be traded on three exchanges.
Several Israeli companies traded on Wall Street have taken advantage of relaxed regulations governing dual-listing for trade on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. First to make the leap was
NYSE:BSI), followed by
(Nasdaq:MGIC), Metalink (Nasdaq:MTLK), and most recently
Partner's investor relations manager, Dan Eldar, said the purpose of listing in Tel Aviv is to increase the stock's negotiability and to expose it to Israeli institutional investors limited by regulation in their ability to invest outside Israel.