With ever increasing governance and regulatory requirements, AMBA assists in ensuring that strong corporate governance is developed and maintained and that clients are adhering to their chosen corporate governance code.
It is vital that directors are aware of their responsibilities under the Financial Services and Market Act 2000, the Criminal Justice Act 1993 and Market Abuse Regulations (each as amended, supplemented or replaced from time to time) in relation to insider dealing and market abuse. AMBA works closely with its clients and their nomad and advisors to ensure that Boards are complying with the required regulations.
AMBA can assist clients with the maintenance of their insider dealing lists, co-ordinating clearance to deal requests in accordance with the client’s share dealing code and liaising with the client’s nomad in relation to close periods, preparing RNS announcements of dealings by directors and submission of PDMR returns to the FCA.
AMBA will conduct regular reviews of client’s websites to ensure AIM compliance, including, but not limited to AIM Rule 26 and corporate governance code disclosures.
AMBA is a member of the Quoted Companies Alliance.
AMBA can work with clients throughout their financial reporting cycle, assisting with annual report and accounts and interims statements, including:
AMBA can assist with the launch and on-going maintenance of share schemes, including: LTIPs, SAYE, SIP and EIS schemes.
AMBA has worked with clients establishing schemes, and trusts as required, and assisting with the HMRC registration and annual reporting.
AMBA has considerable experience of working with clients on corporate transactions and ad hoc projects ranging from reverse takeovers to simple placings. AMBA can assist with reviewing and drafting relevant areas of documentation, including circulars, admission documents and placing agreements, working closely with clients lawyers, nomads, registrars and the company on specific transactions.