Despite recent press commentary that the number of AIM Admissions has reduced compared to last year, Corporate Partner Alexander Keepin explains that activity on AIM is still strong. "Whilst, in common with the market, we have seen a reduction in the number of IPOs there are still companies coming to market and the relative drop in IPO activity does not mean that the market is stagnating. Since the middle of last year the emphasis has been shifting to secondary fundraisings and merger and acquisition activities and we see this focus continuing for the remainder of this year."
Alexander further commented: "Whilst IPO activity on AIM is reduced, larger AIM companies are continuing to grow and this is leading to an increase in demand for listing on the Main Market and a number have moved up to the Main Market this year".
Charles Russell's commitment to the AIM Market is still strong and Charles Russell have launched A Practical Guide to AIM, a book written by principal author Alexander Keepin and published by ICSA publishing. Alexander specialises in IPOs and secondary issues on both the Main Market and on AIM, regularly advising major investment banks as well as companies.
This book will help guide companies and their directors through the minefield by providing solid and reliable guidance on all the regulatory compliance issues. Whether weighing up the pros and cons of applying for admission to AIM, conducting a fund raising, or needing information on the statutory obligations once admitted, A Practical Guide to AIM is an authoritative and reliable point of reference on all market related issues.
For more information details about the book, please refer to www.icsabookshop.co.uk or contact Charles Russell on 020 7203 5088 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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