EilĂs Ferran, Professor of Company & Securities Law, University of Cambridge,Elizabeth Howell, Assistant Professor, London School of Economics,Felix Steffek, Associate Professor in Law, University of Cambridge
Professor Eilís Ferran is Professor of Company & Securities Law at the University of Cambridge, a Professorial Fellow of St Catharine's College, Cambridge, and an Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple. She is also the Provost of the Gates-Cambridge Trust, which provides scholarships for postgraduate study at Cambridge funded by a major donation from the Gates Foundation. She has written extensively on UK, EU and international financial regulation, company law and corporate finance law. She has advised UK Parliamentary committees and served as an academic member of the Stakeholder Group of the European Banking Authority.
Elizabeth Howell is an Assistant Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Before joining LSE, she was the Slaughter and May Lecturer in Corporate law at the University of Cambridge. She has written widely on UK and EU financial markets regulation. She has served as an academic member of the European Securities and Markets Authority's Consultative Working Group on Corporate Finance.
Felix Steffek is Associate Professor in Law at the University of Cambridge and Director of Studies at Newnham College. He serves as Co-Director of the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL) and Director of International Strategy and Partnerships. He has been awarded a JM Keynes Fellowship in Financial Economics by the University of Cambridge. He has advised the World Bank, the OECD, UNIDROIT, the Financial Stability Board, the European Commission, the European Parliament as well as national governments, parliaments and courts.
Overview 1. An Introduction to the Legal and Regulatory Framework for Corporate Finance 2. Use and Abuse of the Corporate Form as a Vehicle for Raising Finance and Managing Financial Risk 3. Capital Structure-Fundamental Legal, Accounting, and Financing Considerations Legal Capital 4. Formation of Share Capital 5. Share Allotments 6. Classes of Shares 7. Maintenance and Reduction of Capital 8. Share Buy-backs and Redeemable Shares 9. Distributions to Shareholders 10. Financial Assistance Debt Corporate Finance 11. Debt Corporate Finance-General Considerations 12. Secured Debt Capital Markets Finance 13. Corporate Bonds 14. Public Offers and Listings of Equity Securities 15. International Equity Offerings and Listings 16. Alternative Financing Options to Public Offers and Listings
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