Four years ago, when Afterpay (ASX.APT) listed on the ASX its Board of Directors had to weigh up the pro’s and con’s for IPOing. In reality, at that time, access to private capital was limited and much harder to access than it is today. Read more.
Genex plans to build a 150MW wind farm at the site of its Kidston energy hub in North Queensland, as part of a substantial portfolio of clean energy projects clustered around the 250MW/2,000MWh Kidston pumped hydro energy storage project, which is utilising two disused gold mine pits to store water for energy storage. Read more.
A Private Trading Hub is a dedicated platform that enables investors and shareholders to buy and sell shares in private/ unlisted companies. In other words, it works in a similar way as the share market does for publicly listed companies. Read more.
Secondary Trading is where investors buy or sell (trade) shares (securities) in private/ unlisted companies. This trading differs from a stock exchange in that the secondary market deals with private unlisted companies rather than publicly listed ones. Read more.
PrimaryMarkets provides a global trading platform to buy and sell shares in unlisted companies. Buyers are able to source unique, tightly held investment opportunities and purchase global share investments in a secure, controlled environment. Read more.
The developers behind a $500 million residential and community precinct in Tasmania's Derwent Valley have put their first plans to council and expect to have all applications lodged by the end of the year. Read more.
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