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Liz Truss's decision to sack chancellor and backtrack on mini-budget may be too-little-too-late to salvage UK financial markets
Concerns over valuations, depth of liquidity and the focus on dividends over capital growth are other factors to consider in push to attract listings
IFLR surveyed bankers, lawyers and firms on London’s listing rules and changes that need to be made going forward
The two remaining Conservative candidates, Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, have both made post-Brexit regulatory divergence a focal point of their campaigns
Uncertainty and a reshuffling of priorities will impact the capital markets and cryptoasset regulatory agenda
Legal teams chose the new structure to adhere to competing Sharia compliance requirements and Saudi banking regulation, while pleasing creditors in a way that was commercially-viable for the company
Dual-class shares, reduced free float requirements and increased minimum market capitalisation are among the changes made to the listing rules for the London Stock Exchange
All the winning deals, teams, individuals and firms were revealed at IFLR’s ceremony in London on April 4
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