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Our London based Equity Capital Markets team has a broad range of experience acting for both corporates and institutions with a particular focus on the small to mid-cap market. The team which includes ex-brokers, nominated advisers and sponsors) advises on transactions in both UK and international markets on areas such as:

• IPOs and secondary fund raises on the Official List, AIM and NEX markets and other international stock markets
• Dual listings and listing of depositary interests
• Acting for sponsors and nominated advisers
• Takeover Code advice, A&M, reverse takeovers and all other transactions relevant to listed vehicles
• Capital reorganisations including court approved structures, buy-backs and capital reductions
• Providing ongoing compliance and corporate governance advice

Our team provides exceptional current market practice knowledge, commercial experience and project management skills. Working alongside other advisers to the transaction, together with specialists across a number of practice areas within the firm, we put together a deal team that works for you. Legal 500 (2017) said of the team that “their client-management skills are the best in the business” and that clients appreciated the “partner-led service from people who are businessmen as well as lawyers”.

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Call our London office on 020 7822 4000 or our Brighton office on 01273 685 888. You can also contact us online.
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Equity Capital Markets experiences
  • Advising a successful UK Fin Tech peer to peer company that is expecting a market cap in excess of £50m with an IPO on AIM, with the objective in raising £20m
  • Advised the shareholders of Intralan Group, a UK-based IT and telecommunications network support specialist, on the sale of the entire issued share capital to a US private investment firm
  • Advising on the listing on Cyprus Stock Exchange of a €5m debt security
  • Advising the shareholders of a UK based publisher on an investment by a US publisher
  • Advising on a sale of a small UK brand management business in the region of £5m
  • Advising a UK healthcare business on the creation and issue of a private bond with the objective of raising £2m
  • Advising on the purchase and subsequent sale of off-shore property companies with a combined transaction value of circa £92m
  • Sale of financial services and wealth management specialist, Harvey Curtis Associates, for a value of circa. £2.6m to acquisitive UK financial services specialist, AFH Financial Group
  • Acting for a major UK developer in the drafting of a material construction arrangement
  • Acting for a property company on the $1bn real estate listing on the UK market
  • €200m listing of a MTN on the Irish Stock Exchange plc
  • Advising on the sale of $15bn South American exotic bonds for use in trading programmes
  • Advising a number of offshore entities on the purchase of a large German power project from Russian interests
  • Advising on the $1.5bn financing of Asian power station project through listed bond issue
  • Advising on the acquisition of Utilitywise’s EIC by Monarch Partnership
Equity Capital Markets insights
  • Company Director Banned For Ignoring Obligation To Pay Tax

    29th April 2019

    Directors of struggling companies all too often place payment of tax at the bottom of their priority lists, with the result that it is the public purse that frequently suffers most in the event of insolvency. However, as a High Court decision showed, such conduct can have career-ending consequences. Continue reading »

  • Company That Refused To Join Cartel Still Deserved £130,000 Fine

    2nd April 2019

    Cartels are a blight on fair commerce and anyone even peripherally involved in one can expect to be hit hard in the pocket. In a case on point, a company that refused to participate in an anti-competitive conspiracy was nevertheless fined £130,000 for exchanging pricing information in breach of the Competition Act 1998. Continue reading »

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