Rivington Street Holdings (RSH), the Isle of Man-based financial media and services group behind the Real Man Pizza Company concept, has announced that it intends to seek a listing on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM). The Plus-Listed company said that given its current market capitalisation of nearly £20m, and current levels of profitability, “its board feels that the group is now in a position to absorb the costs associated with an AIM listing, to commence preparing its accounts to IFRS, and that this decision is in the best interest of the company”. It said it intends to complete the move following the publication of its results for the year ended August 31, which is likely to be in January next year. The company, which is led by Tom Winnifrith, added that it did not intend to undertake a fundraising to accompany the move to AIM. RSH launched its first restaurant under the Real Man Pizza name in London’s Clerkenwell at the start of April. A month later, it confirmed the appointment of Amit Pau, former head of the Indian Restaurant Group (IRG), as chief executive of its UK operations. Pau, who resigned as chief executive of IRG earlier this year, will oversee the roll out of the restaurant concept, with plans to open 10 sites in London over the next three years. The group is in negotiations on a second site, which it hopes to open this summer, with a third opening planned before the end of the year.