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On 7 November Rule 8 of the Takeover Code was
amended to require certain dealings in options and derivatives
related to target shares to be disclosed...
"Who did this more than bloody deed?" asks someone
in Macbeth: a sentiment echoed by lawyers who discover
– sometimes too late – that the way...
On 7 October Gareth Bailey, former Financial
Director, and Carl Rigby, former Chairman and CEO, of software
company AIT Group Plc received custodial...
The Financial Services Authority’s
Disclosure Rules will govern the obligations of companies whose
securities are listed on the Official List to publish...
On 10 May 2005 the Accounting Standards Board (ASB) published its final reporting standard on the Operating and Financial Review (RS1). Generally, few...
The trend for bringing non-executives to account
for corporate failings has continued with the disqualification of a
non-executive director of a former...
The Gambling Bill is set to become law having been
approved by the House of Lords after the government scaled down
plans for eight regional 'super casinos'...
Last summer the Panel published a consultation
paper on 'Market-related issues' (PCP 2004/3), proposing various
changes to the Code and SARs in relation...
Depending upon legislative priorities after May 5,
the Company Law Reform Bill could be enacted by the
Autumn. One of the most striking proposals for...
It looks highly likely that VAT charged on costs
associated with a share issue can be recovered, if a recent
Advocate General's opinion in the Kretztechnik...
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