Participants will learn about the general principles which underpin the Prospectus Rules, Listing Rules and Disclosure and Transparency Rules and be taught about their practical application regarding obtaining listings and executing further transactions.
They will gain a strong understanding of the role of the sponsor, the conditions and methods of listing, the listing procedures and the contents of prospectuses and all aspects of continuing obligations, including the disclosure of inside information.
They will appreciate how the provisions of the EU Prospectus, Market Abuse and Transparency Directives have been brought into UK regulation and examine the different requirements of premium and standard listings compared to those of AIM.
In addition to comprehensive slides, the course documentation includes detailed notes on the rules, summaries of FCA/FSA enforcement cases for breaches of the rules, and extracts from the different types of prospectus and circular covered in the course.
The FCA trainer has spent over 20 years in the City advising on a wide range of corporate finance transactions. He now provides corporate finance training courses on takeovers, London listings and other UK market regulation, as well as providing independent corporate finance advice. His courses draw on his extensive technical knowledge and are illustrated with relevant examples from his own experience and recent transactions.
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