Choosing to float your business on a stock market is one of the most important decisions you can make. You need a team who has been there and done it many times.
A wide range of factors need to be taken into account when planning such a key move – Are the public markets right for you? Which market is best for your business? What are the regulatory requirements you need to follow? How will you retain control of the direction of the business once its shares can be publicly traded?
We have extensive expertise in bringing companies to the Official List and the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange as well as to ISDX (formerly PLUS Markets).
Thanks to close working relationships in the sector, we can help introduce your management team to experienced brokers, NOMADS, sponsors and other advisers to assist with the demands of becoming a public company.
We can assist on the full range of issues encountered by those looking to float their businesses including:
- AIM Rule / Listing Rule compliance
- Legal due diligence
- Management incentive schemes
- Placing agreements
- Pre-IPO fund raisings
- Prospectus Rule compliance
- Regulatory matters
- Reverse takeovers
- Takeover code offers
For more information on how we can help you with your company’s Initial Public Offering, please get in touch.
Take a look at some of our previous IPO work.
What Our Clients Say
"The public companies and markets team at Ward Hadaway have proved themselves to be experienced and knowledgeable advisors to China Goldmines Plc. They have impressed us with their understanding of market related work and sound commercial approach"
Marinko Vidovich, Finance Director, China Goldmines Plc.
"notable strength in capital markets work, assisting clients with AIM flotations and fund-raising work."
Chambers & Partners
“Ward Hadaway attracts the respect of the business community for its range of high-quality work. This strong team is involved in a range of capital markets, private equity and venture capital transactions."
Chambers & Partners
"Ward Hadaway is praised for its 'straight-talking, easy-to-understand, commercially focused' advice."