- Advising, using its local information network, on the area of business of the AIM applicant.
- Providing an overview on the AIM applicant’s business plan utilising expertise in the sector in which the AIM applicant operates.
- Advising on any issues and customs locally that may impact on the AIM applicant’s operations.
- Visit the AIM applicant’s sites of operation (both independently and together with the Nomad) to review the operation and meet with the directors, managers, and other material shareholders if appropriate. This is a vital support resource both from a translation point of view and also in relation to interpretation of body language.
- Utilise its local network and business connections to check on the bona fides and reputation of the directors.
- Advise similarly on the bona fides and reputation of consultants and others who have input in the Admission Document.
The IBDC network
well placed to provide
a support resource
with regard to
the Nomad does
not have a local office.