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Our London capital markets team advise on AIM admission for United Oil & Gas plc
Our London capital markets team have advised United Oil & Gas plc on their successful admission to AIM.
Over 150 companies forced off AIM after loss of Nomad in the last decade
151 companies have been forced off the AIM market after losing their Nominated Adviser (Nomad) over the past decade including 14 in the last year*, our research shows.
Public companies falling short in applying Corporate Governance Code
46% of companies failed to explain how remuneration policy is aligned with overall strategy of the company last year.
Corporate Governance Behaviour Review 2018/19
This year has seen the introduction of a new catalyst in improving the connection between companies and investors – the new AIM Rule 26, which now requires all companies on AIM to adopt a recognised corporate governance code. Our 2018 Review shows an overall positive picture, but more can be done.
Corporate Governance Behaviour Review 2017
Establishing trust and confidence with investors. Our fifth annual Corporate Governance Behaviour Review is set within a changing political landscape where there is an increased focus on issues of corporate governance.
Corporate Governance Behaviour Review 2016
Establishing trust and confidence with investors. Our fourth annual Corporate Governance Behaviour Review is set within a changing political landscape where there is an increased focus on issues of corporate governance.