Life after big bang: proceedings of an international seminar (Life after big bang) organised by the International Bar Association Section on Business Law and held in London, 14 September 1987
Graham & Trotman, 1987 - Business & Economics - 161 pages
Companies operating internationally increasingly consider raising capital outside their home country, to acquire a foreign company, to raise capital for a foreign subsidiary, or for the group as a whole. This book provides a reference source for the key matters which have to be considered by a prospective entrant to the capital markets of the U.S. & the U.K. It explains the regulatory requirements, including those relating to financial reporting, of both countries. It also describes the requirements which have to be met if a public company incorporated in either country is the subject of a takeover, & finally it explains & compares the key accounting principles in the U.S. & U.K.
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THE CURRENT STATE OF HEALTH OF THE MARKET
SOME ECONOMIC REASONS FOR BIG BANG AND THE NEW GILTEDGED
ITS ADVANTAGES AND STATE OF HEALTH
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