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Public M&A: Trends and highlights from first half of 2014

Public M&A: Trends and highlights from first half of 2014

The What’s Market team at Practical Law has published a report on some of the key highlights and trends in UK public M&A activity over the course of the first half of 2014.

Sourcing funds through the UK Bond Network

Ben Cohen, Marketing Manager at UK Bond Network, discusses the lack of liquidity for small companies and how the UK Bond Network can match UK businesses with investors.

Non-Executive Directors: Remuneration and PAYE

The tax law draws no distinction between executive and non-executive directors. Ellie Gamble of Grant Thornton UK LLP writes about what companies should take into account when considering the tax treatment of non-executive directors.

Pity the poor Remuneration Committee member

Amanda Flint of Grant Thornton UK LLP writes about the principles which Remuneration Committee members should take into consideration when discussing executive pay packages.

AIM: a review of 2013

AIM: a review of 2013

Tom Nicholls, a partner in the capital markets group at Stephenson Hardwood, reviews market activity on AIM in 2013 - highlighting his views on the effect the Government's tax policy changes will have on the market and whether there has been any impact from the widening of the application of the Takeover Code.

Changes to Flexible Working

As a small or mid-size quoted company, you will be keen to ensure that you comply with the changing compliance landscape, whilst minimising disruption and management time required to do so. Chris Bushnell of Speechly Bircham LLP writes about how to ensure that flexible working requests are dealt with appropriately.

Executive remuneration within AIM

Executive remuneration within AIM

Mike Woodward, Audit Partner at KPMG, looks at the latest research KPMG has carried out on executive remuneration within the AIM market.

CSX launches new equity market on XETRA Platform

The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange (CSX) discusses it new trading platform on the Deutsche Boerse’s XETRA® to facilitate listings by start-ups, mineral companies and specialist companies for sophisticated investors. 

Comparison of eligibility criteria and key continuing obligations on the Main Market and on AIM

In light of the introduction of the High Growth Segment, Our members, CMS Cameron McKenna, have outlined a chart comparing all the listing options on the London Stock Exchange and their requirements.

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

Alex Gibson, James Green & Thomas Sibert of law firm K&L Gates write about the London Stock Exchange's new High Growth Segment. 

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