International law firm Bird & Bird has been advising Daniel Stewart & Co plc as NOMAD on the admission of Financial Payment Systems Ltd (“FPS”) to the AIM Market. The placing raised £5 million for FPS.
FPS is the Jersey registered holding company of the FPS Group, which is engaged in the development, integration and management of an electronic payment approval and authorisation system to be deployed within the Jiangsu province of China. With the second largest and fastest growing GDP of China’s 34 provinces, Jiangsu is a significant market for the FPS Group.
A team of UK and PRC based Bird & Bird lawyers advised Daniel Stewart. Corporate partner Matt Dennis
led the team from London with assistance from corporate assistant David Lowe
. Lawyers at the firm’s Hong Kong and Beijing offices also worked on this deal, with corporate partner Julian Courtney Stubbs
in the lead with corporate assistants Helen Gavin-Brown
and Guohua Zhang
Bird & Bird has advised a number of non-UK companies wishing to be admitted to AIM including advising the companies or NOMADs of the first ever Swedish, Dutch and Italian AIM admissions for companies XCounter, Bateman Engineering and Teleunit respectively.
Hammonds acted for FPS.
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