- Company administration and meetings
- Company formation and constitution
- Corporate governance
- Financial reporting
- Maintenance of capital and shareholder rights
- Share issues, transfers and dividends
Equity capital markets
- Acquisitions: auctions
- Asset acquisitions
- Share acquisitions: private
- Public mergers & acquisitions
- Joint ventures
- Private equity and venture capital
- Reorganisations, schemes and demergers
- Share buybacks
- Practice notes
- Standard documents and drafting notes
- Standard clauses and drafting notes
- Companies House forms
- Company secretary
- 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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- Reduction of capital: can a company reduce its capital by reducing the nominal value of its shares?
- Can a subsidiary gift shares in its subsidiaries to its parent?
- What should happen if a third party wishes to acquire the entire issued share capital of a company that (following a gift of shares) holds shares in itself?
- Share buybacks: is it possible to borrow funds where a company has insufficient cash?
- Are traded companies required to hold an AGM and what is constitutes a traded company?
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- DTRs: proposal to introduce charge for late publication of periodic financial reports
- Share purchase agreement: penalty and forfeiture clauses (Court of Appeal)
- 2013 Autumn Statement: corporate implications
- Corporate governance: report of Collective Engagement Working Group
- Securities settlement: shortening of standard settlement cycle to T+2
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