A presentation being given by Ian Brown and Rosemary Nelson of Slaughter and May
Event date: Tuesday 7 April 2020
Event time: 6pm
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SPL completed response form dated 28 February 2013 to the BIS consultation on Employee ownership and share buy backs published in October 2012
BIS consultation paper – Employee Ownership and Share buy backs: Consultation on implementation of Nuttall Review recommendations – issued in October 2012. Consultation on Recommendation V of the Nuttall Review: “The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills should consult upon improving the operation of internal share markets to support companies using direct share ownership, including […]
SPL response dated 20 April 2012 to the FSA Consulatation Paper 12/2.
FSA Consultation Paper 12/2 – Amendments to the Listing Rules, Prospectus Rules, Disclosure Rules and Transparency Rules – proposals for changes to the Listing Rules etc to ensure that they reflect properly recent changes in market practice.
Response from FSA to letter dated 25 July 2005 confirming that Listing Rules 9.5.10 and 12.6.2(3) will be clarified.
Letter dated 25 July 2005 to FSA requesting clarification of meaning of Listing Rules 9.5.10 and 12.6.2(3) in relation to treasury shares.
Further SPL response dated 28 November 2003 to the FSA Consultation Paper 182 regarding changes to the Listing Rules relating to treasury shares.
SPL response dated 1 August 2003 to the UK Listing Authority’s consultation on treasury shaers. Includes consideration of: shareholder approvals for plans using treasury shares; the restriction on transferring treasury shares at a discount; the disclosure regime for treasury shares; periods during which shares may not be transferred from treasury.
Financial Services Authority Consultation Paper 182 – Proposed changes to the Listing Rules to take account of the introduction of treasury shares. Published in May 2003
SPL comments sent on 5 January 2007 regarding the FSA Consultation Paper 06/17 entitled “Amendments to the Prospectus and Listing Rules”.