Turbulent markets can be a cause for concern when it comes to maintaining a healthy balance sheet. When market activity stalls as a result of external influences, such as geopolitical conflict or unprecedented events, it can impact a company's ability to raise funds, particularly for primary issuances. Secondary offerings can be an effective way for listed companies to raise funds during such uncertain times. Understanding the key issues for secondary capital raising across jurisdictions is crucial in maximizing deal certainty.

We have created this guide to give an overview of the key issues around secondary capital raising across almost 30 jurisdictions. As one of the world's largest capital markets practices, with a presence across 74 offices in 45 countries, we can help clients to better understand their options and navigate the challenges that come with raising capital during uncertain times, no matter where in the world they are.

Raising Cash in Uncertain Times

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