The following Corporate practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
This Resource Note highlights relevant commentary, analysis and resources to assist with the interpretation of, and provide practical guidance on the application of, Chapter 10 of the Listing Rules (LR 10).
Materials covered in this Resource Note include, where relevant:
the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Handbook
FCA Guidance in its Knowledge Base—Procedural notes and Technical notes which constitute formal guidance and are binding on the FCA (although these are based on the prospectus regime under the Prospectus Directive, the FCA states on its website that the guidance should be applied to prospectuses drawn up under the Prospectus Regulation to the extent compatible)
FCA consultation papers, discussion papers and policy, feedback statements and warnings
Primary Market Bulletins and other publications
former UKLA technical and procedural notes and the UKLA's newsletter List!, to provide the historical position regarding the development, interpretation or application of a provision
relevant documents from the EU, including EU Directives, directly applicable EU Regulations and publications of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)
Lexis PSL and LexisLibrary resources
LR 10—Setting the scene
LR 10.1.3 R—Meaning of 'transaction'
LR 10.2.6A R—Break fee arrangements
LR 10.2.10 R—Aggregating transactions
LR 10.5.1 R—Class 1 requirements: general meeting
LR 10.5.1 R—Class 1 requirements: temporary dispensation from holding general meeting (coronavirus)
LR 10.5.1 R—Class 1 requirements: contents of circular
LR 10.5.1 R—Class 1 requirements: contents of circular—Working capital statement (coronavirus)
LR 10.5.1 R—Class 1 requirements: contents of
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