AIM Listings - Rules, Requirements & Recent Developments - Live at Your Desk
For many companies looking for equity investors, listing on the London Stock Exchange's junior market is an option worth serious consideration. The eligibility requirements are less onerous than the Main Market and there have been some notable successes - and also some significant failures.
This 5 hour live broadcast session explores why companies opt for AIM as opposed to the Main Market, the process for floating on AIM and what life is like for an AIM listed company from a legal perspective. The session is suitable for those who have some knowledge of the public equity arena but perhaps little experience of AIM or those who would like a refresher.
As part of the session, delegates will receive an e-booklet containing Course Notes, a Case Study Pack and a Document Pack containing example documentation for an AIM IPO.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- Reasons for choosing AIM
- Conditions for admittance to AIM and how these compare to listing on the Main Market
- Primary and Secondary share issues on AIM
- Prospectus and Admission Document requirements
- The AIM Rules (as compared to aspects of the Listing, Prospectus, Disclosure and Transparency Rules)
- The role of the NOMAD (the Nominated Advisor) and Broker in advising a company quoted on AIM (and how this compares to the role of a Main Market Sponsor)
- Corporate Governance regulation on AIM
- Moving on from AIM to the Main Market
- Real-life case studies and example documentation
- Examples of AIM successes and failures
- The impact of COVID-19 on AIM rules and the AIM market
- Other recent developments: for example, changes to AIM as a result of MIFID II, the effect of the COB Rules on AIM, any recent rule changes
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.