Memery Crystal and Field Fisher advise on £114m AIM fundraising for Gulf Keystone
Memery Crystal has advised Gulf Keystone Petroleum on one of the largest Alternative Investment Market (AIM) fundraisings of the year so far. Corporate partner Nick Davis led a team from the City law firm advising long-term client Gulf Keystone on the placing of new common shares on AIM, a move that saw the oil and gas exploration and production company raise £114m.
Memery Crystal has advised Gulf Keystone Petroleum on one of the largest Alternative Investment Market (AIM) fundraisings of the year so far.
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