The company moved from Aim to ISDX this week, and has evidently received a number of queries from existing and potential shareholders regarding trading arrangements on the exchange.
African Potash’s statement noted that ISDX is a "quote-driven" trading platform, with a number of individual market makers making a real-time, dynamic market in the company's ordinary shares.
African Potash shares may be bought and sold electronically through the Proquote Retail Service Provider platform, while shareholders are additionally able to trade African Potash shares via over 45 retail brokers.
Several of these brokers provide electronic facilities for buying and selling ISDX quoted shares, African Potash said.
Share price information on ISDX Growth market shares is available on traditional financial data information platforms, such as Reuters and Bloomberg, and on the dealing service of the online sites of those brokers that offer the facility to trade the company’s stock.