The course enables executive and non-executive directors of public companies and non-specialist practitioners to achieve a workable understanding of the legislation, rule books, conventions and practices surrounding corporate finance transactions – with emphasis on the practical issues involved in concluding a deal within the regulatory framework.
A knowledge of personal responsibilities and potential liabilities should ensure that the specialist advice available to directors and their advisers during the course of a transaction is used to best advantage.
Course Notes, Slides and Exercises
Participants will receive a booklet containing copies of 15 slides and 52 pages of very comprehensive notes. Each slide will cover a number of related topics and the accompanying notes will support the content of the course to be delivered by the trainer.
During the course of the day, participants will undertake one or two exercises (problems) in groups of two or three (depending on the size of the class) which will involve considering what advice should be given to a client in particular circumstances. Participants will discuss the exercise with each other and then with the trainer and will receive a written answer to the problem.
You are running a completion meeting which is not going smoothly. You decide what action to take regarding late disclosure, an important missing contract, absence of required signatories and the discharge of encumbrances.
The completion meeting continues through the night during which you, inter alia, secure a solicitor’s undertaking, make suitable arrangements to provide for the loss of a share certificate and secure the payment of the consideration.