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London capital markets law firm Crefovi is active in the equity capital markets and regularly represents issuers and investment banks in IPOs and other equity offerings in financial markets around the globe.
London capital markets law firm Crefovi has a team of capital markets lawyers, who handle various aspects of equity capital markets transactions in the United Kingdom and continental Europe, often with cross-border ramifications.
Crefovi actively monitors legislative and regulatory developments that impact the diverse markets in which its clients operate. The firm’s international network ensures in-depth knowledge of all major equity capital market exchanges, including:
- Euronext Paris
- Hong Kong
- NASDAQ Dubai
- SWX Swiss
Clients rely on Crefovi capital markets lawyers when they need assistance in drafting and negotiating securities offering documents and in dealing with all aspects of regulatory compliance, including securities laws and regulations, global stock exchange rules and regulatory comment letters. Crefovi capital markets team works closely with colleagues throughout the firm, including in Crefovi tax, finance, antitrust and industry practices, which enables the team to advise clients in connection with any domestic or international corporate, tax or regulatory issues that may arise.
In addition, London capital markets law firm Crefovi Equity derivatives practice advises the world’s leading investment banks and issuers on highly structured and individually tailored equity-linked transactions designed to meet their capital-raising, monetization, hedging and “synthetic” equity repurchasing needs, including public capital markets offerings and customised over-the-counter transactions.
The capital markets team of London capital markets law firm Crefovi has familiarity with equity products, which extends specifically to:
- Debt/equity swaps
- Equity-linked securities, including convertible and exchangeable bonds
- Exchange and tender offers
- Initial public offerings
- Private placements and registered transactions
- Rights offerings
- Secondary and follow-on offerings
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