Breakfast seminar: Everything you wanted to know about AIM

Join Growing Business and haysmacintyre for an exclusive breakfast discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of a business going public

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Date: Tuesday 19th April 2016
Venue: The London Stock Exchange
Address: 10 Paternoster Row, London, EC4M 7LS

For some, going public allows their business a mechanism to more easily raise additional equity finance or provide an exit for existing investors. For some, going public provides an objective market value for trading shares in the business which makes it easier to use those shares to fund an acquisition or as an incentive for employees; investments in AIM companies also qualify for 100% inheritance tax relief.

We would like to invite you, as a fast growth business, to join us for a breakfast introduction to the pros, cons and realities of an IPO and whether going public on AIM could hold any value for you. No cost; no obligation.

Agenda:
8:30am – Registration and breakfast
Teas, coffee, bacon or egg baps will be served

9am – Welcome
From award-winning Chartered Accountancy firm haysmacintyre’s Ian Cliffe

9:05am – Introduction to AIM
The market today and how it can deliver for fast-growth businesses, delivered by:

  • Head of AIM Marcus Stuttard

9:15 – Preparing for a successful launch
Presentations on what you need to consider from key advisers:

  • Financial Adviser and Broker: Adrian Hargrave, Director, Corporate Finance at finnCap
  • Lawyer: David Robinson, Partner at Fladgate LLP
  • Accountant: Ian Cliffe, Managing Partner at haysmacintyre

9:35 – Q&A with our expert panel
The key advisers take questions from the floor

9:45 – Life on AIM
What it’s really like for a fast-growth company on the AIM market: the realities of an AIM listing and how to adjust to life on the market, delivered by:

  • Peter Shaw, CEO of Domino’s Pizza Poland, which floated on AIM in 2012.

10am – Networking

10:30am – Close

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