Request Free Trial
January 9, 2024

Could FCA reforms weaken governance standards for UK-listed companies?

London Stock Exchange screen
Companies have been shunning the London market in favour of other jurisdictions such as the US (Photo: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

The UK financial regulator has proposed relaxing eligibility criteria for companies listing in London, in a bid to kick-start the market

Experts are divided over planned reforms designed to encourage companies to list on the London Stock Exchange, with some warning that they could expose investors and advisers to greater risk.

To continue reading

Request Free Trial
  • Unlimited access to all content
  • Email alerts highlighting key industry insight.
  • Invitations to attend exclusive roundtables and events.
  • The Sustainable Views Policy Tracker - deep insight on ESG regulations and deadlines
Already a subscriber?Log in
A service from the Financial Times