Aim Rule 26:

Each AIM company must from admission maintain a website on which the following information should be available, free of charge:

  • a description of its business and, where it is an investing company, its investing policy and details of any investment manager
    and/or key personnel;
  • the names of its directors and brief biographical details of each, as would normally be included in an admission document;
  • a description of the responsibilities of the members of the board of directors and details of any committees of the board of
    directors and their responsibilities
  • its country of incorporation and main country of operation
  • where the AIM company is not incorporated in the UK, a statement that the rights of shareholders may be different from the
    rights of shareholders in a UK incorporated company;
  • its current constitutional documents (e.g. its articles of association);
  • details of any other exchanges or trading platforms on which the AIM company has applied or agreed to have any of its securities
    (including its AIM securities) admitted or traded;
  • the number of AIM securities in issue (noting any held as treasury shares) and, insofar as it is aware, the percentage of AIM
    securities that is not in public hands together with the identity and percentage holdings of its significant shareholders.
    This information should be updated at least every 6 months and the website should include the date on which this information
    was last updated;
  • details of any restrictions on the transfer of its AIM securities;
  • the annual accounts published pursuant to rule 19 for the last three years or since admission, whichever is the lesser, and
    all half-yearly, quarterly or similar reports published since the last annual accounts pursuant to rule 18;
  • all notifications the AIM company has made in the past 12 months;
  • its most recent admission document together with any circulars or similar publications sent to shareholders within the past 12 months;
  • details of the corporate governance code that the AIM company has decided to apply, how the AIM company complies with that
    code, or if no code has been adopted this should be stated together with its current corporate governance arrangements;
  • whether the AIM company is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, or any other such legislation or code
    in its country of incorporation or operation, or any other similar provisions it has voluntarily adopted; and
  • details of its nominated adviser and other key advisers (as might normally be found in an admission document).