India Fund Limited (ASX: INF) will be the only ASX listed investment company solely focussed on Indian listed equities. The Company’s primary objective will be to deliver capital growth by offering an efficient way in which to invest in the long-term growth potential of India.
AdAlta Limited (ASX: AAB) is a Melbourne based drug discovery and development company focused on a promising new class of protein therapeutics, known as i-bodies, for treating a wide range of human diseases. It is currently developing its lead drug candidate, AD-114, for the treatment of fibrosis.
DomaCom Limited (ASX: DCL) has created an innovative asset securitisation platform – The DomaCom Fund – that facilitates fractional property investment for retail and SMSF investors. DomaCom uses the power of technology to disrupt the traditional methods of delivering financial services.
Kyckr Limited (ASX: KYK) provides clients with a real-time, automated KYC, AML, and CTF compliance solution. It has real-time access to over 70 million legal entities from 150 registers in 88 countries. Kyckr’s clients include PayPal, Swift, Stripe, Bank of Ireland and other major European banks.
Since the launch of OnMarket BookBuilds, investors have had access to 25 Offers.
As of July 18, 2016 the average returns have been:
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Currently, ASX rules require each IPO to have 300-400 shareholders. We believe that this is a major reason that retail investors get some access to IPOs. We think the proposed changes will mean that you receive fewer IPO offers.
In contrast, Hong Kong and Singapore rules require that 25-40% of all IPOs are reserved for retail investors.
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