Linklaters advises Atalaya Mining PLC on its step-up from AIM to LSE Main Market

Linklaters has advised Atalaya Mining PLC on its step-up from an AIM listing to a listing on the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange Main Market.

Atalaya Mining is a European copper producer that owns and operates the Proyecto Riotinto complex in southwest Spain and controls a diverse portfolio of development and exploration projects in several well-known mining regions.

The team was led by corporate partner James Wootton, senior US associate Igor Rogovoy, managing associate Poppy Burke-Moore and associates Isabella Doe and Francesca Nash in London, alongside corporate partner Sebastián Albella and managing associate Alvaro Albors in Madrid.

Partner Bradley Richardson advised on employment & incentives, partner Lynne Walkington and associate Anna Sparrow advised on tax matters and managing associate Iyesogie Igiehon advised on ESG matters.

James Wootton comments:

“We are very proud to have been involved in guiding Atalaya Mining's significant transition to the LSE's Main Market, marking a key step in their growth journey. This success reflects our deep expertise in complex equity transactions and our ability to deliver seamless cross-border advice.”

This continues Linklaters’ strong run of advising on European listings in 2024, including those of RENK Group, Athens International Airport and Theon International.