Featured publication | Listing on ASX

The process of listing a company or a managed investment scheme (MIS) on ASX will vary depending on the goals of the listing, the type of securities to be quoted and the business conducted by the entity issuing the securities. Where an entity is privately owned, listing on ASX will provide it with the ability […]

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Doing Business in Australia

The Australian Government welcomes foreign investment. With well-developed infrastructure, a stable political environment, robust economy and easy access to Asia Pacific, Australia is an ideal investment location for foreign companies looking to grow internationally. There are important considerations for foreign investors to make when deciding on how to enter the Australian market. Whether it’s the […]

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Legal snapshot: Australian capital raising exemptions

Companies seeking to raise capital in Australia through an offer of securities should familiarise themselves with the prospectus requirements and exemptions to those requirements in Chapter 6D of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (the Corporations Act) before undertaking any fundraising activities. Generally, an offer of “securities” in Australia will require the preparation of a disclosure […]

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Is it all in the name? Fundraising with SAFE notes

A relatively recent development in the world of fundraising for start-ups has been the use of “SAFE” (Simple Agreement for Future Equity) instruments. Y-Combinator, a seed funding platform based in Silicon Valley, claims to have developed it as a (potentially) standardised instrument and as an alternative to convertible notes, which can save companies and investors […]

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