The Australian Initial Public Offer (IPO) market is showing signs of greater strength, with some indicators back to their pre-global financial crisis levels, according to the latest HLB Mann Judd Small Cap IPO Watch, released today (Wednesday 19 January 2011).
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Look out for signal to become ‘wealth builder’: HLB Mann Judd Sydney
It’s too easy for people to miss the signal that they are able to become ‘wealth builders’ and are in prime position to ensure a healthy financial future if they make the right choices, says Mr Jonathan Philpot, wealth management partner at accountants and advisers HLB Mann Judd Sydney.
Positive signs for domestic and international equity markets in 2011: Platypus/Wingate
Managing risk is the key for equity markets in 2011, although the outlook for the full year is relatively positive, according to Platypus Asset Management and Wingate Asset Management.
Take control of education costs: Lifeplan
Many parents get a nasty shock when they realise the cost of new textbooks and supplies needed at the start of a new school year, following hot on the heels of the expense of Christmas and summer holidays. However, some families have taken control of the annual back-to-school expenses by putting in place a budgeting and savings process separate to the day-to-day family budget, says Mr Matt Walsh of Lifeplan.
South Wharf DFO financing augers well for 2011: Wingate
Wingate Group and J.P.Morgan’s Global Special Opportunities Group have provided a $42.5 million mezzanine finance facility to part-fund Plenary Group’s 50 percent acquisition of the South Wharf Retail Precinct in Melbourne.
AUI opens priority rights offer for Diversified Property Fund
Australian Unity Investments (AUI) has opened a limited priority rights offer for investors in its Diversified Property Fund at a 7.5 percent discount to the security price*, with a view to raising up to $40 million.
Tyndall moves forward with new appointment
A week after being acquired by Nikko Asset Management, Tyndall Investments has initiated a program to further strengthen its business with the promotion of Mr Andrew Julius to head of retail. This follows the earlier confirmation of Mr Craig Hobart as managing director of Tyndall.