Jack is a member of the Corporate and Capital Markets team, he qualified as a solicitor in 2015. He advises clients in relation to initial public offerings on both AIM and the Standard List of the Main Market, as well as in relation to equity capital raisings, convertible loan notes, mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, due diligence, disclosure, the incorporation and set-up of public limited companies, and a variety of public company work.
Representative experience includes:
Advised United Oil & Gas Plc (LSE: UOG) and its group companies, a group which focuses on international oil and gas development exploration and production opportunities, in connection with private placements and its subsequent placing of £3 million and reverse takeover, resulting in the readmission of its enlarged issued share capital to the Official List (by way of Standard Listing) and to trading on the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market for listed securities.
Advised Panthera Resources PLC (AIM: PAT), a gold exploration and development company with key assets in India and West Africa, on its admission to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
Advised AIM-quoted Victoria Oil & Gas Plc (AIM: VOG), an integrated natural gas producing utility in Cameroon, on a placing and subscription of US$23.5 million which was completed by way of an accelerated bookbuild.
Advised AIM-quoted Empyrean Energy PLC (AIM: EME), an oil and gas development company with interests in China, Indonesia and the United States, in connection with its open offer raising £1.2 million.
Advised AIM-quoted Columbus Energy Resources plc (AIM: CERP), an international oil and gas company with current reserves and production in Trinidad, in connection with several fundraisings, its most recent comprised of an institutional placing of £3 million and a subscription and open offer to management and existing shareholders of £1.1 million.
Advised Petrogas Group UK Limited, a subsidiary company of Applegreen plc (AIM: APGN), a major petrol forecourt retailer with operations in the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States, on its acquisition of six service areas and one petrol filling station for a consideration totalling £21 million.