Alexander has a broad capital markets practice advising issuers and banks, covering IPOs (including dual-track processes), capital raises, private placements and block trades, as well as equity-linked instruments, hybrid bonds and repurchase programmes. Alexander also advises financial institutions on regulatory matters, predominantly in capital market transactions that are driven by specific regulatory considerations, and in relation to the Single Supervisory Mechanism.
Whether a company is looking to list in its home country or is exploring listing outside of its own jurisdiction, it is important that the company and its management are aware from the outset of the legal requirements as well as potential pitfalls that may impact the offering. Moreover, once a company is public, there are ongoing jurisdiction-specific disclosure and other requirements with which it must comply. This fourth edition introduces the intricacies of taking a company public in these jurisdictions and serves as a guide for issuers and their directors and management.