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- Share capital: structure, allotment and transfers
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Equity capital markets
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- Private equity and venture capital
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- Returns of value
- Practice notes
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- Standard clauses and drafting notes
- Companies House forms
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- PLC Magazine
- Books online for corporate professionals
- Private Equity and Venture Capital Multi-jurisdictional Guide
- Public Mergers and Acquisitions Multi-jurisdictional Guide
- Corporate Governance and Directors' Duties Multi-jurisdictional Guide
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