AIM Rules for Companies—Rule 1—Retention and role of a nomad
AIM Rules for Companies—Rule 1—Retention and role of a nomad

The following Corporate guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • AIM Rules for Companies—Rule 1—Retention and role of a nomad
  • Index
  • Setting the scene
  • AIM Rule 1—Retention and role of a nominated adviser
  • Nomad change of control
  • Nomad Rules—Rule 26—Review of nomads

This Resource Note outlines the main provisions of Rule 1 of the AIM Rules for Companies (AIM Rules), which deals with the requirement for an AIM Company to retain a nominated adviser (also known as a nomad) and the role of a nomad. It highlights relevant materials, commentary and guidance from the London Stock Exchange (LSE), as well as Lexis®PSL analysis and resources, to give practical guidance on the interpretation and application of Rule 1 of the AIM Rules.

Materials covered in this Resource Note include:

  1. the AIM Rules

  2. the AIM Rules for Nominated Advisers (Nomad Rules)

  3. Inside AIM, the periodic publication from the AIM Regulation team

  4. AIM Notices, which are issued periodically, and contain information on AIM regulatory and administrative matters

  5. Lexis®PSL and Lexis®Library resources.

Index

Setting the scene

AIM Rule 1—Retention and role of a nominated adviser

Nomad change of control

Nomad Rules—Rule 26—Review of nomads

Setting the scene

AIM Rules for Companies AIM Rules for Companies
What it covers Rule 1 deals with the requirement for an AIM Company to appoint a nomad and retain a nomad at all times. It also sets out the basic role of a nomad. The responsibilities