AIM/NEX Exchange Growth Market

We have assisted clients to assess their strategic and structural need to be involved with the capital markets.

The options to be on either AIM or another quoted market may be helpful in raising equity finance requirements for business expansion or provide shareholders with a market for their shares.

We have also assisted clients in restructuring, and removing themselves from these markets if the need arises.

Our breadth of expertise to assist clients includes the following areas:

NEX Exchange Growth Market

Beavis Morgan is a corporate adviser with over 20 years experience in this market (together with its predecessors, PLUS and Ofex).

We are also able to advise on the often complicated regulatory requirements involved in listing. Typically those companies accessing such markets seek to raise between £300,000 and £1,500,000. Our experience is that companies entering this arena for the first time find that they need significant help with the regulatory requirements, including choosing the right market. We have a strong track record in acting for such companies and offer a comprehensive and value driven service.

To talk to one of our specialist team members, please contact Richard Thacker or Simon Hammerton.

Financial Reporting and AIM companies

Those smaller groups already on AIM, and those adopting IFRS with a view to joining at a later date, can find the pace of change in financial reporting difficult to keep up with. The effective date of implementation of new standards is generally between 6 and 18 months after publication.

It is important that businesses are aware of the impact of changes in financial reporting as early as possible: it could mean changes to your reporting systems, or even the way you do business.

At Beavis Morgan, we have 25 years of experience in auditing and advising listed companies and we are well placed to help you to address those challenges with common sense and practical advice on the changes ahead.

We can help you with preparing your financial statements for audit by other firms; or, where you already have the resources you need to deal with such issues, but you would like to consider your options in the audit market, we would welcome the opportunity to speak with you in further detail.

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Support for PLCs

For more information, please contact Richard Thacker.