Financial Instruments and Exchange Act

Both for listed companies and other entities involved with securities markets, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act is essential legislation which sets forth the essential rules for markets; this act and its related governmental and ministerial ordinances make up a highly complex and technically intricate legal system that has undergone frequent revisions since the law’s enactment in 2009. Developing knowledge of the Act and keeping pace with developments related thereto is therefore no easy task.

Our firm employs many attorneys with secondment experience at securities exchanges and similar institutions, and we have built a practice structure that enables prompt and appropriate advice and support, informed by practical experience at specialist institutions and the continuous refinement of our existing knowledge, when our clients find themselves engaged in financing or corporate actions in securities markets.