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|... list on the ASX, ongoing regulatory action may be a deal breaker to going public, according to HLB Mann Judd partner Marcus Ohm. Ohm says an undertaking with APRA or ASIC can preclude a wealth, funds management or insurance business from listing. "It ...|
|... largest amount of funds sought is $35 million by Chimeric Therapeutics. HLB Mann Judd partner and author of the report Marcus Ohm said: "It is telling that in a post-COVID-19 recovery environment, the pipeline is quite good compared to previous years ...|
|... of 16% compared to the 12% loss recorded on the All Ordinaries Index. HLB Mann Judd partner and author of the report Marcus Ohm said at first glance this look positive however in the six months to June only $132 million was raised. "I cannot remember ...|
|... to the trend of IPOs tending to outperform the market which has itself had a good six months," HLB Mann Judd partner Marcus Ohm said. "The majority of industry sectors also performed well, with ten sectors recording first day gains, and ten sectors also ...|
|... faring worse than the ASX 200 which recorded a decrease of 7% for the calendar year, according to HLB Mann Judd partner Marcus Ohm, who authored the firm's IPO Watch report. "New markets entrants recorded an average first day share price gain of ...|
|... raised decreased significantly from the previous year, falling from $7.5 billion to $4.1 billion. HLB Mann Judd partner Marcus Ohm said this "reflects the past contribution of large cap companies." "In total, small cap companies raised $1.1 billion of ...|
|... After dropping again that percentage is gradually increasing, although the report's author and HLB Mann Judd partner, Marcus Ohm, said it still represents an IPO market with a "good balance of newly-listed companies in terms of both market capitalisations ...|
Intensifying its commitment to the Asia Pacific region, State Street has appointed a long serving J.P. Morgan executive as its first country head for Australia.
Former Spectrum Wealth Advisers chief executive Mark Schroeder has been slapped with banning orders in addition to his six-year ban from providing financial services.
New analysis from Rainmaker Information shows about 60% of all MySuper products reduced their fees last financial year, with the average fees paid by members now sitting at 1%.
Octopus Investments, an energy asset manager, has made several appointments after recently surpassing $1 billion in assets under management.
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