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Advising Source BioScience plc on its £64.8m recommended takeover by way of a scheme of arrangement. Read more
Advising Business Growth Fund on its £10m equity investment in Ocee Design.
Advising Belvoir Lettings plc on its equity fundraising on AIM and the conditional acquisition of Northwood GB. Read more
Advising management of aviation technology company FLYdocs Systems Limited on a new strategic partnership with Lufthansa Technik AG. Read more
Advising Source BioScience plc on its main market equity fundraising and conditional Class 1 acquisition of Select Pharma Laboratories Ltd. Read more
Advising an international corporate on one of the largest cross- border restructuring exercises ever undertaken under The Companies (Cross-Border Mergers) Regulations 2007.
Advising a NASDAQ listed life sciences client on the merger of two EEA Group companies under The Companies (Cross-Border) Merger Regulations 2007.
Advising Source BioScience plc on its main market equity fundraising and successful recommended cash offer for AIM listed Vindon Healthcare plc. Read more
Advising a number of start-up businesses in the FinTech and broader technologies sector on early stage fundraising.
Quite simply, Mike was brilliant on our most recent transaction to secure funding for our continued international expansion – it was his drive and commitment that ensured the deal got done.
Skilled and technical.
AIM companies currently have a number of important pieces of legislation to get to grips with – such as the new Market Abuse Regulation and the Modern Slavery Act 2015 – this is on top of new business uncertainties as the UK comes to terms with the implications of Brexit and new areas of risk such as Cybercrime. In this round-up we aim to provide a brief overview and propose some practical steps boards can take.
Phishing remains the biggest external issue faced by corporates in the fight against cybercrime.
Following on from our previous update, ESMA has now published an updated version of its Q&A on the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), which came into force on 3 July 2016.
On 3 July 2016 the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) came into effect, bringing with them a new EU-wide market abuse regime.
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