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In February this year, our Law-Now
article described the UK Listing Authority’s proposals to
change the listing rules that apply to listed investment...
The UK Listing Authority has announced that
significant changes are to be made to the Listing Rules that relate
to joint ventures with effect from 6...
Now that the DTI has published details of when the various parts of the Companies Act 2006 will be brought into force, companies need to start actively...
This month's edition of The Heavyweight, a round-up of developments in banking and insolvency law, includes:
The appeal of Architects of Wine v...
On 20 February the London Stock Exchange
introduced a new Rule Book for Nominated Advisers (Nomads) setting
out their duties and responsibilities to...
Shortly before Christmas, the UK Listing Authority
(UKLA) released a further consultation on the listing rules that
apply to listed investment entities....
On 18 December the Minister for Industry and the Regions, Margaret Hodge, made a statement in Parliament setting out when certain provisions of the Companies...
On 8 November 2006 the Companies Bill finally became the Companies Act 2006. Eventually the new Act will repeal and replace nearly all of the Companies...
On 8 November 2006 the Companies Bill finally became the Companies Act 2006. Eventually the new Act will:
simplify the administrative burden on...
Role of Nominated Adviser to be
amplified; AIM companies to publish information on
Under London Stock Exchange proposals announced on
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