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The Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) market delivered strong gains in May, with returns from companies listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) striking 9.4%, following on from a big 39.4% gain in April, according to a new report, the OnMarket April-May IPO Report 2016... http://bit.ly/1UjHEad Show More

OnMarket

Novogen (ASX: NRT; NASDAQ: NVGN) today announced that it is raising capital in Australia and the USA through the issue of ordinary shares and options via a panel of stockbrokers assembled by the Company, and via the ASX Bookbuild facility.The offer generally is being made available via the ASX Bookbuild... Show More

OnMarket

Boards Beware: Shareholders at the Gate: For directors, few aspects of governance are more stressful than capital management decisions. You can be sure you will be watched closely not only by your shareholders, but also by those who represent them - particularly when issuing new equity or buying and selling assets.... Show More

OnMarket

Democracy comes to the stock markets, Michael McCarthy is the Chief Market Strategist for CMC Markets online brokers, his opinion piece appeared in The Australian this morning: ONLINE broking is a competitive business. Brokers live or die by the value and service we deliver to clients. So improving services is... Show More

OnMarket

Online brokers, Bell Direct & CMC Markets give their views on ASX BookBuild in the AFR Online trading section this week - with $100m raised to date through the facility, Arnie Selvarajah of Bell Direct says: We've always been about improving the transparency of the market place and for clients... Show More

OnMarket

FYI: Quick update on ASX BookBuild, in the 2 ½ months following launch, 3 companies have used the facility, raising over $85 million.Through these transactions, the facility has successfully conducted a fixed price placement, variable priced placement & an IPO. All legally eligible investors were able to participate in the... Show More

Simon Cheatham

From The New Zealand Herald over the weekend, Bruce Gaynor (Milford Asset Mgt) writes: The Mighty River Power bookbuild to establish the IPO price was extremely disappointing both in terms of procedure and transparency. It is a shame that Meridian hasn't adopted the new ASX bookbuild process (http://www.onmarketbookbuilds.com/) as this... Show More