The 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.
This course looks at the way recent secondary equity offerings such as rights issues, open offers and placings have been undertaken on the London market and the regulations which apply to them. It also considers the advantages and disadvantages for the issuer of each type of offering.
In the last few years, the challenging conditions have led to developments in the structures for secondary equity offerings, with increased use of deep discount rights issues and cash box placings as well as the emergence of compensatory open offers, cornerstone investors and new underwriting procedures.
These structures are examined on the course together with the changes in listing and prospectus rules and pre-emption principles which have accompanied them and the further reviews which are underway.
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