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Baker McKenzie

Secure your place to all 3 Lawyers Weekly Masterclass Series sessions today! 

Mr Rumboll will cover the following in each of the three masterclasses: 

  • Masterclass 1: How to run a pre-IPO capital raise
    • Legal framework for a pre-IPO capital raising
    • Considerations of the best form of capital (equity v debt)
    • What is the typical form of documentation?
    • What are some of the key terms and conditions? 
  • Masterclass 2: How to run an initial public offering
    • Legal framework for an IPO
    • What form should the IPO take? 
    • What does the process look like?
    • How do we deal with the ASX?
    • What are some of the key issues to note? 
  • Masterclass 3: Undertaking a capital raise for a listed company
    • Legal framework for a post-IPO capital raising
    • What form should the secondary capital raising take? 
    • What is a placement and what is an entitlement offer? 
    • What does the process look like? 
    • What are some of the key issues to note?

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 to these three Lawyers Weekly masterclasses now!

Hurry – registration is strictly limited! 

Antony Rumboll

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