TITLE

6.3 ROLES OF THE NOMAD AND THE BROKER ON AIM

AUTHOR(S)
Rawlinson, Tony
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
Investors' Guide to the United Kingdom;2012/2013, p333
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the roles played by the nominated adviser (Nomad) which is required by the London Stock Exchange's (LSE) Alternative Investment Market (AIM) to be appointed by a company seeking admission as of 2012-2013. Topics highlighted include the Nomad's function as a corporate finance adviser, obligations and responsibilities and demonstrating independence from the companies it represents.
ACCESSION #
93983477

 

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