Pyx has been listed on the National Stock Exchange of Australia, which will remain its primary listing, since February 2020.
The transaction involved the sale of 34,600,780 CHESS depositary interests (“CDIs”) representing ordinary shares in the capital of Adriatic.
WFW advises Chesterfield on successful fundraising and completion of Canadian copper project acquisition26 July 2021
Watson Farley & Williams has advised existing client Chesterfield Resources Plc (“Chesterfield”) on its successful placing to raise £800,000.
This article examines relationship agreements in the context of companies whose shares are admitted, or are seeking admission, to trading on one of the markets operated by the London Stock Exchange or Aquis Stock Exchange.
The EU Taxonomy for Sustainable Investments – Agriculture and Forestry (Soft Commodities)19 April 2021
In the fifth article of our sector series on the EU Taxonomy Regulation for Sustainable Investments, we set out the key concepts it introduced and explain what they means for market participants in the forestry and agriculture sectors.
This article sets out some guidance for UK-listed companies looking to hold a shareholder meeting in 2021.
In an increasingly globalised financial market, companies listed on their local markets often seek a dual listing abroad to maximise international investor exposure. Listed companies with an appetite for rapid growth need the right investment platform to continue their development and enhance their brand. A London dual listing may be the very solution.
The acquisition provides a portfolio of operated renewable energy opportunities in South East Asia totalling 4 GW, initially focusing on two high graded opportunities in the Philippines.
The market value of the acquired vessels is assessed at US$148m. They will be financed by increasing TORM’s existing syndicated loan facility with a new revolving facility and new term facility.
In the fourth article of our sector series on the EU Taxonomy Regulation for Sustainable Investments, we set out the key concepts introduced by the Taxonomy Regulation and explain what this means for market participants in the mining, minerals & metals sector.