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, and the ongoing obligations. The book begins with an overview of the market, written by the head of AIM (currently Marcus Stuttard). It goes on to cover admission procedures, continuing obligations and tax issues, and the roles played by solicitors, accountants and nominated advisers (Nomads). There is dedicated treatment of US companies, and of fund structures. Each chapter is written by a well-known expert adviser. The new edition will additionally cover all other developments that have occurred since the sixth edition was published including those relating to tax, the City Code, and the implications of a number of FCA enforcement actions against AIM listed companies. Finally, the book includes extensive model forms and documentation.
AIM; An Overview of the AIM Rules, Eligible Companies, their Directors and the Role of Exchanges; Role of the Nominated Adviser; The Role of the Accountant; The Role of the Solicitor; The Statutory Framework; The Admission Document and the Application Procedure; Continuing Obligations and Transactions; Directors Dealings and Corporate Governance; Fund structures; The Tax Regime; The Broker and the Trading Rules; Overseas Companies on AIM; US Companies; Settlement Arrangements CREST; Appendices: model documentation.