Appleby advises on £14.5m AIM float by Israeli-based technology company
Appleby has acted as Jersey counsel for Starcom in relation to its flotation on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market on 27 February 2013.
Starcom is an Israeli-based technology company. The proceeds from the offering will be used primarily to clear venture capital debt as well as build up stock and gives the company a market value of approximately £14.5m on flotation.
The Appleby team was led by James Gaudin, partner Jersey practice head for structured finance. He was assisted by senior associate Simon Tait. K&L Gates advised Starcom on English law and Gabriel Danon and Co advised the company on Israeli law.
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