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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
A Practitioner's Guide to The AIM Rules 7th ed isbn 9780414034020

A Practitioner's Guide to The AIM Rules 6th ed

Edited by: Tom Nicholls

ISBN13: 9780414046894
New Edition ISBN: 9780414034020
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781905121274
Published: June 2011
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



A Practitioner's Guide to the AIM Rules is the established leading guide for senior management in AIM listed companies and those seeking to list, and their professional advisers.

It provides a clear, comprehensive and practical approach to the requirements behind an AIM listing, the admission procedures involved, and the ongoing obligations and tax issues.

  • Supplies fully up-to-date guidance on all aspects of an AIM listing
  • Includes separate chapters on the roles of the solicitor, accountant and nominated adviser (Nomad)
  • Sets out the statutory framework
  • Gives updated guidance on corporate governance and the duties of directors
  • Looks at the broker and trading rules
  • Covers settlement arrangements (CREST)
  • Includes a new chapter on fund structures, reflecting the impact of recently introduced new rules
  • Adds a chapter on US companies, joining existing coverage of overseas companies
  • Contains in-depth and extensively updated coverage of tax issues
  • Features extensive model forms and documentation

Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Chapter 1: AIM
Marcus Stuttard, Head of AIM, London Stock Exchange
Chapter 2: An Overview of the AIM Rules, Eligible Companies, their Directors and the Role of Exchanges
Elliot Shear, Nabarro LLP
Chapter 3: Role of the Nominated Adviser
Stephen Keys and Adrian Hargrave, Cenkos Securities plc
Chapter 4: The Role of the Accountant
Linda Main, KPMG LLP
Chapter 5: The Role of the Solicitor
Tom Nicholls, Lawrence Graham LLP
Chapter 6: The Statutory Framework
John Bennett, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
Chapter 7: The Admission Document and the Application Procedure
Andrew Titmas, Memery Crystal
Chapter 8: Continuing Obligations and Transactions
Mike Bell, Deloitte
Chapter 9: Directors’ Dealings and Corporate Governance
Melanie Wadswoth, Faegre Benson
Chapter 10: Fund structures
John Reed, Lawrence Graham LLP
Chapter 11: The Tax Regime
Chilton Taylor, Baker Tilley
Chapter 12 The Broker and the Trading Rules
John Wakefield, WH Ireland
Chapter 13: Overseas Companies on AIM
Nick Williams, Edwin Coe
Chapter 14: US Companies
Bryce Linsenmayer, Haynes & Boone
Chapter 15: Settlement Arrangements – CREST
Jane Tuckley, Travers Smith LLP
Appendices: model documentation.