Our chamber is well equipped with qualified and experienced lawyers who advise both local and foreign clients on the whole range of securities law issues.

Our set has experience of advising clients who are subject to Bangladesh Securities and exchange. We have expectance in advising broker-dealers, investment advisers, banks, insurance companies, public companies, accounting firms and institutional investors -- on how to comply with those laws. Securities regulatory lawyers assist clients in registering new broker-dealers and investment advisers, and in launching investment funds our service further include initial public offer (IPO), listing regulations, bonds, derivatives, substantial shareholding, disclosure requirements, de-listing, merger and acquisition involving listed companies, regulatory compliance of listed and unlisted companies, etc. We also represent clients in litigation concerning securities laws. Public company clients need assistance in drafting periodic public disclosures, responding to SEC disclosure comments and preparing public and private offering documents and proxy statements. Broker-dealer and investment adviser clients request advice on designing and marketing new products and services and in implementing compliance programs.

We can also advice our clients who needs advice in investigations and enforcement actions concerning possible violations of the securities laws. Our Securities regulatory lawyers understand the relevant legal and regulatory issues and the different products and services subject to securities regulation. These products and services include common and preferred stock; corporate, government, agency, municipal and convertible bonds; open-end and closed-end mutual funds; exchange-traded funds and notes; structured products; asset-backed securities; private funds; separately managed accounts; variable annuities; warrants; options; futures; swaps; commodity pools; bank collective trust funds; and insurance separate accounts. Securities regulatory lawyers must also understand the roles of floor-based and electronic exchanges, dark pool and other alternative trading systems, over-the-counter, "upstairs" and private placement markets, the clearance and settlement utilities, and the rules relating to all of these markets. Our Securities regulatory lawyers must have wealth of knowledge and experience to conduct cross-border transactions consistent with the laws and regulations of the relevant jurisdictions.

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