2020 was an extraordinary year for legal professionals across Australia, and 2021 is shaping up to be no different. In the “new normal” that is emerging, practitioners must ensure they are proactively upskilling and on top of any and all marketplace changes if they are to meaningfully and successfully act for and serve their clients.
The third Masterclass is live on Tuesday, 23 March, 3pm AEDT. Stream the first session now at anytime!
Masterclass 3. Undertaking a capital raise for a listed company – live Tuesday, 23 March, 3pm AEDT
In light of such looming challenges, the team at Lawyers Weekly is bringing you three masterclasses, run in conjunction with global law firm Baker McKenzie, to equip lawyers with the practical and professional tools to best serve clients in the capital markets space.
In these live-streamed masterclasses, leading capital markets practitioner, Baker McKenzie partner Antony Rumboll, a leading capital markets practitioner, will undertake in-depth explorations of how best to act for one’s client in anticipation of listing on the ASX, including but not limited to securing capital, the myriad considerations and issues involved when listing, and how to again raise capital once the company has been taken public.
Whether you’re acting for a blue-chip or a start-up, better understanding the nitty-gritty of such transactional work is fundamental for professional success and client satisfaction!
Mr Rumboll will cover the following in each of the three masterclasses:
- Masterclass 1: How to run a pre-IPO capital raise – held on Tuesday, 9 February, 3pm AEDT (Available now to stream)
- Masterclass 2: How to run an initial public offering – held on Tuesday, 2 March, 3pm AEDT (Available now to stream)
- Masterclass 3: Undertaking a capital raise for a listed company – held on Tuesday, 23 March, 3pm AEDT
Masterclass: All 3 sessions
These masterclasses will be centred around hypothetical case studies, including “real world” elements from capital markets transactions and will come with a workbook for viewers to work on throughout the presentation.
Questions will be taken throughout the masterclasses, with Lawyers Weekly senior writer Jerome Doraisamy acting as a moderator for the audience.
All three sessions are worth 1 CPD point each. You can purchase one, two or three of these masterclasses, depending on what you are looking for. Those who purchase all three sessions will be eligible for a discount.
Get your questions answered and ensure you are set for success by securing your place for these three Lawyers Weekly masterclasses now!