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.
The EU Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) became applicable in the UK in July 2016 and will remain so at least until 2019 and probably longer, in spite of Brexit. This regulation replaces the Market Abuse Directive and the rules regarding inside information in DTR 2, the dealings of directors and other persons discharging managerial responsibility in DTR 3, and the Model Code.
The regulation is also applicable for the first time to AIM companies.
This course examines requirements of the new MAR, its technical standards and its guidelines and the changes this has brought to the UK market abuse regime and to rules for Official List and AIM companies. In addition to comprehensive slides, course documentation includes the forms required by the FCA and a copy of the Market Abuse Regulation and Delegated Regulation.
What Redcliffe’s clients are saying about the course;
“Helpful in highlighting both areas of change and issues of uncertainty – very detailed”
“Very good overview of MAR”
“Very good materials & delivered in a very clear & methodical way”
“Comprehensive – covered all key elements”
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