Capital Markets

When listed companies procure funds through securities markets via private placement of new shares, engage in the issuance of stock options or other similar mechanisms, or when they engage in acquisition/capital and business alliances, they are forced to respond to various legal restrictions under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act, listing rules and other regulations. Recently, fund procurement, acquisition and other mechanisms have diversified in accordance with the needs of issuing bodies, while legal restrictions have become more complex in the light of the emergence of problematic cases, with the number of cases demanding responsiveness to overseas market regulations increasing in proportion to the globalization of corporate activity.

As a result of these trends, cases involving capital markets have seen a need for increased care in scheme formulation and the drafting of related documents. Our firm provides various services swiftly and appropriately, informed by our wealth of expertise and practical experience, in collaboration with relevant partners, including overseas law firms.