Tuesday, 6th October 2020
Following the confirmation of AIM's status as an SME Growth Market, we cover the exemption now available to AIM companies regarding insider lists and the pieces of information that must now remain on an AIM company's website for five years after publication.
QCA/YouGov Sentiment Index finds quoted companies gloomy about the UK economy, but hopeful on their own prospects
The key QCA survey, which tracks the mood of UK quoted companies, find optimism levels at its lowest since April 2013.
Taking place on 20 September 2018, our Annual Dinner brings the small and mid-cap community together. Book your table by the 28 February to receive the early bird rate.
Save the date for our Corporate Governance Forum taking place on 12 June will cover the various aspects of Corporate Governance every quoted company should be discussing at their board meetings and communicating with investors.
This month we cover the MiFID II coming into force, ICSA: The Governance Institute and Board Intelligence's report on board packs, the FRC's report on digital reporting and the Investment Association's publication of the Public Register of listed companies facing significant shareholder rebellions.
This month we cover London Stock Exchange's intention to secure AIM's status as an SME Growth Market, London Stock Exchange's consultation on changes to the AIM Rules, the FRC's consultation on a revised UK Corporate Governance Code and the Financial Reporting Lab's report on risk and viability reporting, among other things.
The Competition and Markets Authority set out the five reasons why quoted company directors should be aware of UK competition law.
Today we published the 2017 edition of the QCA/UHY Hacker Young Corporate Governance Behaviour Review.
We welcomed the Chancellor's announcement in Autumn Budget 2017 that the qualifying rules of Entrepreneurs' Relief will be changed to ensure that entrepreneurs are not discouraged from seeking external investment through the dilution of their shareholding.
This month we cover the FRC's announcement of its thematic reviews for 2018/19, the Investment Association's revised Principles of Remuneration, and a reminder that AIM companies have until 30 November 2017 to obtain a Legal Entity Identifier.
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