London Stock Exchange

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AIM and Euroclear Improve Ability of US Issuers to Access London Capital Market

The London Stock Exchange ("LSE") on 7 August 2015, published AIM Notice 411 and issued new guidance in Inside AIM2 on certain U.S. securities known as "Regulation S, Category 3 securities," which is intended to improve the...more

AIM IPO: Legal top tips

An IPO can be a long process (3 to 6 months). The following 'top tips' can help smooth the process: A preliminary legal review of the company's key assets and liabilities (including, for example, tax liabilities) will...more

Joining the Main Market: A Field Guide for Applicants to the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange

In This Issue: The Main Market of the London Stock Exchange is one of the world’s longest established and most liquid markets trading the securities of nearly 1,300 companies from over 60 countries, including many of...more

Joining AIM: A Field Guide for Applicants to AIM, a Market of the London Stock Exchange: Update - August 2015

In this Issue: What is the Process for Admission to Trading on AIM? Publication of either a prospectus or an admission document. A prospectus is required where a company is offering shares to the public under...more

Planning For Qualified Dividend Income When Taking Foreign Companies Public - Tax Update Volume 2015, Issue 2

Where Qualified Dividend Treatment Is Important, Serious Consideration Should Be Given to Ensuring the Company Is Eligible for Treaty Benefits Before Taking It Public. Dividends generally are taxed at ordinary income...more

EU Securities – Proposed Settlement System to Facilitate London Listings of US Companies

Historically, due to certain restrictions under US securities laws, equity securities of US companies and other companies that do not qualify as “foreign private issuers” under US securities laws (collectively, “US-Based...more

"New Listing Rules for Premium-Listed UK Companies: The Fine Line Between Upholding Majority Rule and Protecting Minority Rights"

The protection of minority shareholders in companies with a premium listing on the London Stock Exchange came to the fore in the United Kingdom following the 2012 and 2013 publication of consultation papers on the...more

FINRA's New Consolidated Supervision Rules: A Roadmap to Compliance

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has adopted comprehensive new consolidated rules regarding supervision of member firms' activities, which become effective on December 1. While the new FINRA rules...more

Joining The Main Market: A field guide for applicants to the Main Market

1 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF JOINING THE MAIN MARKET? - Access to capital – Joining the Main Market will provide the company with access to a wide institutional and retail shareholder base and a deep pool of capital,...more

Changes to the AIM Rules for Companies

On 13 May 2014, the London Stock Exchange (the "Exchange") published AIM Notice 39. The notice provided feedback on AIM Notice 38 (which consulted on proposed changes to the AIM Rules for Companies (the "AIM Rules") and the...more

Listing an Overseas Oil and Gas Company on the London Stock Exchange

Introduction - The London Stock Exchange (the “LSE”) has long provided an attractive forum for companies with oil and gas operations outside of the United Kingdom to seek and obtain access to foreign capital markets...more

Listing an Overseas Mining Company on the London Stock Exchange

Introduction - The London Stock Exchange (the “LSE”) has long provided an attractive forum for companies with mining operations outside of the United Kingdom to seek and obtain access to foreign capital markets through...more

Partial offers -- Time for a revival?

Although partial offers are not particularly common, with only a handful made in the past several years, in some circumstances, they could be an attractive option for companies to consider. One of the most recent was the...more

CIS Legal Update - May 2013: London Stock Exchange to Introduce New High-Growth Segment to the Main Market

The London Stock Exchange (the ‘LSE’) recently launched a new segment of the Main Market of the LSE for high growth businesses (to be called the ‘High Growth Segment’), which is a new route available for Russian businesses...more

Orrick's Financial Industry Week in Review - April 8, 2013

UK Financial Services Regulatory Handover - On April 1, the long-awaited handover of power from the FSA to the "twin-peaks system," consisting of the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and Financial Conduct Authority...more

LSE Introduces New High Growth Segment Targeted At Tech Sector

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has published rules for the new “High Growth Segment” of the LSE. This segment is targeted at high growth UK and European businesses that want access to capital, as well as a stepping stone to...more

Update: London Stock Exchange Publishes Final Rulebook for High-Growth Segment

Fast-growing European companies can now apply for admission to trading on the new segment of the LSE's Main Market....more

London Stock Exchange to Introduce New High Growth Segment of the Main Market

Background - The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (‘BIS’) announced in September 2012 that it had developed proposals with the London Stock Exchange (the ‘LSE’) to attract high growth companies to list...more

Mind the Gap - LSE announces plans for new High Growth Segment

Following the announcement last September that the government was encouraging the London Stock Exchange ("LSE") to relax its rules for tech companies, the LSE last week formally announced its plans for a new High Growth...more

London Stock Exchange Publishes Draft Rulebook for New Fast-Growth Segment

Rulebook sets out criteria for admission to the high-growth segment, which has been designed to meet the needs of fast-growing European companies. On 13 February, the London Stock Exchange (LSE) published a draft...more

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