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The Market Abuse Regulation - Impact on AIM companies

Gary Green, Nicholas Stretch, James Parkes, Helen Johnson and Peter Bateman from CMS explain the impact of the Market Abuse Regulation on AIM companies.

2015 Annual Reports and 2016 AGM Season

Jayne Meacham, Corporate Governance Consultant at Jordans Limited looks at the main changes affecting 2015 Annual Reports and the 2016 AGM Season.

Lexis PSL publishes Market Tracker Report on the 2016 AGM season

The Corporate team at Lexis®PSL have published their latest Market Tracker Trend Report, AGM season 2016: What’s new?

The new PSC Regime: Practical Law Corporate Resources

Sarah Hassan, Editor of Practical Law Corporate, reports on the new register of people with significant control.

Brexit: the tax implications of a vote to leave

Roopa Aitken, a Tax Partner at Grant Thornton UK, looks at the possible tax implications of a UK vote to leave the EU.

Brexit: implications for employment law in the UK

James Davies, Partner, and Bethan Carney, Practice Development Lawyer, Lewis Silkin LLP examine some of the potential implications of the UK leaving the EU for employers and employees.

Dividend Tax Changes 2016

Dividend Tax Changes 2016

Stuart Ellen, Managing Director, Registration Services at Equiniti reports on dividend tax changes in 2016 impacting shareholders and employees and the repeal of the long-standing system of dividend tax credits. 

Competing Fairly: Why Businesses Need to Know about Competition Law

Competing Fairly: Why Businesses Need to Know about Competition Law

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) released a collection of materials that help explain competition law in a simple and straightforward way.

AGM Season 2015

The Corporate team at Lexis®PSL have published their latest Market Tracker Trend Report, AGM Season 2015, which analyses the latest market practice and trends emerging from the 2015 season of AGMs held by the companies in the FTSE 350.

The PSC Regime: What this means for quoted companies

Edward Craft of Wedlake Bell LLP writes on the new structure and obligation on most companies to maintain a register of people with significant control (the PSC register).

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