Information Centre

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.

TISE: An alternative financing option for UK SMEs

Listing on The International Stock Exchange (TISE) provides UK SMEs with an alternative option for raising capital, according to Fiona Le Poidevin, CEO at The International Stock Exchange Group (TISEG)

Becoming a Non-Executive Director

Why become a non-executive director (NED)? Norman Broadbent Group Plc has written a short guide on what being a NED means, the skills sought by companies and how to find a suitable role.

MiFID II Monitor: Assessing the impact so far

Keith Hiscock, CEO of Hardman and Co, and Yingheng Chen, Senior Financial Analyst at Hardman & Co, review the impact of MiFID II since it came into force on 3 January 2018.

Technology companies on AIM raise over £575 million in six months ended 30 June 2018

Dougie Hunter, Director of Moore Stephens explains the findings of Moore Stephens's latest Tech AIM barometer.

Revised UK Corporate Governance Code

Charles Portsmouth, Director at Moore Stephens, reviews the changes to the recently revised UK Corporate Governance Code.

How will the changes to the AIM Rules affect your company? Part 2

Charles Portsmouth, Director at Moore Stephens, assesses the corporate governance aspects of the changes to the AIM Rules.

New EU rules ease access to capital for SMEs

Patrick Lyons, David Rosenthal and David Schulman, Partners at Dechert LLP, and Amy Rees, an Associate at Dechert LLP, review the key changes to the new EU Prospectus Regulation.

Post-IPO liquidity – how bad is it, does it matter and what can companies do about it?

Keith Hiscock, CEO of Hardman and Co, and Yingheng Chen, Senior Financial Analyst at Hardman & Co, explore post-IPO liquidity in public companies.

How will changes to the AIM Rules affect your company?

Marty Lau, Partner at Moore Stephens, explains how the recent changes to the AIM Rules for Companies and the AIM Rules for Nominated Advisers are affecting companies.

AIM companies and recent corporate governance developments - the direction of travel

Jonathan King and Mark Wesker, Partners at Osborne Clarke, give an overview on recent corporate governance developments affecting AIM companies.

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