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CAPITAL MARKETS_NOERR Not only management boards, supervisory boards, legal departments and compliance officers of publicly listed companies, but also their investors and shareholders, are facing increasingly stringent requirements in the legal and regulatory environment. Running a listed company is quite unlike managing a private business. This not only becomes apparent when shareholders‘ meetings are being prepared and held. But also the public interest in the business development of listed companies is high. The provisions regarding corporate governance, disclosure, officers‘ duties and legal matters specific to company groups have to be adhered to on a continuous basis, as do the multitude of reporting requirements and rules on insider trading. The sanctions regime for violations is becoming tougher all the time, and the liability risks for officers and other members of governing bodies are increasing. M&A transactions and restructuring measures involving listed companies usually involve a high level of complexity and require careful planning, preparation and implementation. At the same time, the capital markets offer listed companies many ways through which they can access funding, whether by issuing shares or using debt capital instruments. 5 / YOUR CHALLENGES


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