Tuesday, 3rd October 2017
The Information Centre is a compilation of resources on issues that affect the small and mid-size quoted sector and also provides general information on the sector. Many of the articles are only accessible to our members.
Adam McConkey, a Portfolio Manager at Lombard Odier Asset Management and member of the QCA board, assesses the current trends in UK equities markets.
Lexis®PSL Corporate publishes Market Tracker Trend Report - Trends in UK public M&A deals in H1 2017
Lexis®PSL Corporate has published a Market Tracker Trend report on UK public M&A deals during the first six months of 2017.
The Practical Law Corporate team has provided an analysis of voting trends for directors' remuneration from the 2016 AGM season and the 2017 AGM season to date.
Alasdair Steele, Head of Equity Capital Markets at CMS, Gary Green, Partner at CMS, and Peter Bateman, Professional Support Lawyer in the corporate team at CMS, provide an overview of the new Prospectus Regulation.
Jason Streets, an equity analyst at Hardman & Co, assesses the future landscape for investment research, ahead of MiFID II coming into force in January 2018.
James Ashton, a business journalist at the Telegraph and the London Evening Standard, chaired a panel session with Kate Burgess, Corporate Correspondent at the Financial Times, Lee Wild, Editor of Interactive Investor, and Harry Chathli, Director at Luther Pendragon, at our Investor Forum.
Jayne Meacham FCIS, Head of Listed Corporate Governance at Jordans Corporate Law Limited, summarises the major developments in UK corporate law and regulation for listed and unlisted companies over the last three months.
Matt Butlin, Head of Equities at Allenby Capital, was joined by Gervais Williams, Senior Director at Miton Group and QCA Chairman, Andrew Banks, Senior Investment Manager at JM Finn& Co and James Wood, Corporate Analyst at Winterflood Securities, to discuss how small and mid-cap companies can be improved at our Investor Forum.
Sophie Brookes, Partner at Gateley Plc, outlines the changes to the PSC regime taking effect on 26 June 2017.
Andrew Pearson and Richard Ufland, Partners at Hogan Lovells International LLP, and Julie Stanbrook, PSL Counsel at Hogan Lovells International LLP, explain how additional anti-money laundering measures will change the requirements about PSC information.
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Wednesday, 20th September 2017