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With the rapid development and uptake of digital technologies continuing to transform industries and operations, M&A transactions involving digital/tech companies are gaining momentum globally.
The pandemic, lockdown and subsequent restrictions have presented an era-defining challenge to the UK’s economy and to businesses of all sizes and all stages of life. Yet important questions pertinent to the ...
Yesterday (20 April 2020) the UK Government announced a scheme pledging £1 billion worth of support for start-ups struggling amidst the Coronavirus pandemic who are likely to be ineligible for the Government's emergency ...
The UK Financial Conduct Authority issues its first formal decision under the competition enforcement powers it was given in 2015. We look at the decision in more detail and its implication for market participants.
For a third consecutive year we have asked our technology & communications specialists from around the world to identify the challenges and opportunities they expect the sector to face in 2020.
The UK government has given the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) further powers to review mergers in strategically important sectors. These steps include making changes to the Enterprise Act 2002 to provide the ...
The London Stock Exchange has issued a disciplinary notice which highlights the importance of an AIM company needing to follow the guidance that has been given to it by its nominated adviser. We look at the implications ...
AIM companies must now disclose details of the recognised corporate governance code that it has adopted, how the company complies with this code or, where it departed from this code, an explanation of the reasons for ...
HMRC finally published its policy paper on the taxation of cryptoasset exchange tokens for companies and other businesses on 1 November 2019.
MiFID II came into force on 3 January 2018 and overhauled the way in which firms pay for research.