IPO Fast-track Australia – ASX as an Alternative to Series B and Later Roun…

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Join the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX), Australian lead manager Ord Minnett and Baker McKenzie to learn why and how 46 U.S. companies have chosen to list and raise capital in Australia.

Australia has the world’s fourth largest pension market, with $2 trillion AUM, and a highly active stock market for growth companies. ASX ranks in the top 10 exchanges globally by market capitalization, capital raised and number of listed companies. An ASX listing offers more flexible access to funding, earlier liquidity, and a lower cost of capital versus Series B, later stage private rounds and U.S. public markets.

Technology and healthcare were the top performing ASX sectors over the past 12 months, and include multi-billion dollar leaders such as Xero (XRO), WiseTech Global (WTC) and ResMed (RMD).

In the last few months, ASX IPOs by U.S.-based tech companies include Minnesota-based fintech Sezzle Inc. (SZL.ASX) – lead managed by Ord Minnett (Case study) – which raised US$30m at U.S.$150m market cap (now capitalized at U.S.$300m), and San Francisco-based family networking app Life360 (360.ASX), which raised U.S.$103m at a U.S.$489m market cap.

Hear how the ASX may benefit your capital requirements, from an expert panel, comprising key members of the Australian capital markets ecosystem, followed by Q&A and a networking reception.

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https://www.ords.com.au/sezzle.html

 

Agenda

6:30 pm to 7:00 pm Check In, Food, Networking Reception

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Program

8:30 pm to 9:00 pm Networking

 

About the Speakers

James Posnett is the Senior Manager of Listings Business Development at the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in Sydney. He has over 15 years’ experience in financial markets in Australia and internationally. Since joining ASX in 2012 he has been responsible for the development of the listings and capital raising business, both domestically and globally.

Gavan Carroll, CFA CA is an investment banker at Ord Minnett and has over 15 years’ experience in investment banking and financial markets, advising a wide range of public and private clients on capital raisings, M&A and corporate reviews, focusing on telecommunications, media and technology (TMT). He previously worked at Credit Suisse, leading their TMT Investment Banking team for emerging companies

Andrew Reilly is a senior capital markets lawyer with Baker McKenzie
and has more than 25 years’ experience in the United States and Australia. Andrew is focused on advising U.S. companies in listing on the Australian Stock Exchange and has been involved in Australian capital markets transactions for several U.S. companies. He has also advised Australian companies on accessing the U.S. capital markets and has six Australian clients listed on Nasdaq. Andrew has been selected as one of the best lawyers in Australia for ECM (Acritas Star).

 

 

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