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Dual-Class Share Structure Encouraged as a Brexit Buffer

International Financing Review
June 9, 2020

"High-growth, innovative tech companies may be more likely to list in London if rules around share structures are changed to allow shares with different voting rights to be listed, according to US law firm Cooley, which is urging the UK government and the Financial Conduct Authority to look closely at the issue."

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