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International law firm Bird & Bird has advised Berenberg, sponsor and financial adviser to Main Market-listed Connect Group PLC, on the class 1 disposal of the Tuffnells Group.
From a founder’s perspective, the process of raising funds to fuel the brainwave can resemble a black hole of Eventbrite tickets, template introductory emails, and speculative coffees with that friend of a friend of a ...
Bird & Bird has taken a lead role in advising London listed client, Mothercare plc, and its wholly owned subsidiary Mothercare Global Brands, on a major restructuring and refinancing.
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (the "Act") represents big changes to the current insolvency legislative framework and potentially to companies who may be affected by an insolvency within their supply ...
Working through unprecedented market turbulence, the London Capital Markets Team is proud to have advised on two notable fundraisings on the LSE's Aim Market, which closed within the past week.
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.
International law firm Bird & Bird advised Icelandic start-up Authenteq, on its $1.3 million seed round co-led by London-based Initial Capital and Silicon Valley-based Draper Associates.
International law firm Bird & Bird has been selected to join the WeWork EMEA Legal Panel, of eleven selected firms.
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 ...