WSG provides technology products for rent to retailers and businesses. WSG has an existing rental book of $7.3 million (after impairment) as at October 2015, mostly located in New Zealand. Post-offer, the intention is to enter the larger Australian market.
JCI provides a one-stop workforce sub-contracting solution to China’s SOEs for domestic and international construction operations. In line with high growth in the number of overseas projects, between 2012 and 2014 JCI’s revenues more than doubled to A$33 million.
TRC developed the award-winning, innovative and sustainable TractileTM roofing system that includes solar roof tiles with integrated PV and thermal to generate electricity and heated water. TRC is now raising capital to take its products to the Australian and international markets.
BuyMyplace, is an online real estate business that helps Australians sell their homes without real estate agents. Over $4 million has been invested in the business and technology platform to date and over 2,700 customers have sold their own homes using BMP since 2009.
Wonhe Multimedia Commerce closed its IPO raising $3.4 million at $0.20 per share. The IPO received strong backing from investors encouraged by the opportunity to invest in a fast-growing, profitable IT company.
AEG was admitted to the ASX Official List on 15 December 2015 after closing the IPO fully subscribed. AEG issued 90,909,091 ordinary shares at $1.10 per share to raise $100 million.
Dongfang Modern Agriculture Holding Group Limited announced the successful close of its IPO today. The ASX BookBuild facility, in conjunction with the General Offer, raised a total of $39 million.
MainstreamBPO Limited announced the close of its fully subscribed Initial Public Offer (IPO). The market allocation via the ASX BookBuild facility was fully subscribed and supported by a variety of brokers.
Traditional Therapy Clinics Limited successfully closed its Initial Public Offer (IPO) via the ASX BookBuild facility raising funds from retail and wholesale investors at a price of 50c per ordinary share.
Pureprofile Limited announced the close of its Initial Public Offer (IPO) noting that the component of the General Offer made available via the ASX BookBuild facility was oversubscribed.