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29 April 2022

Mastering Virtual Investor Days – Part 2

VICTORIA GEDDES, Executive Director and GILES RAFFERTY, Senior Adviser Corporate Communication Following on from part 1, published in our March 2022 Newsletter, this second part of our overview of Virtual Investor Days looks at the complexities and advantages of managing online events and online presentation skills. Managing Digital Logistics For any Investor Day there are […]

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28 April 2022

The IPO market, so far in 2022

ROWAN CLARKE, Investor Relations The IPO market in Australia was buoyant from late 2020 through 2021, following a period of subdued activity through 2019 and the first six months of Covid. This blog looks at how the IPO market is backing up in 2022 following a performance that broke all records in 2021. Despite initial […]

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30 March 2022

Mastering Virtual Investor Days – Part 1

VICTORIA GEDDES, Executive Director In our popular two-part blog on The Do’s and Don’ts of Investor Days, we were working on the not unreasonable assumption that they would be in person events. Over the past two years Covid has ruled out face to face meetings, let alone organizing large events such as AGMs and Investor […]

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30 March 2022


CHRIS HUGHES, Shareholder Analyst The borrowing and lending of shares dates back to the earliest days of stock trading. Put simply, it involves the owner of shares ‘lending’ them to another investor or institution who ‘borrows’ them for a given length of time. Borrowing and lending deals are often transacted by market makers or dealers, […]

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28 February 2022

Distrust threatens societal stability

GILES RAFFERTY, Corporate Communications and Media Adviser One of the findings from the annual Edelman Trust Barometer survey is a cycle of distrust that is threatening societal stability both here in Australia and globally. The survey results were published on February 16th, a little over a week before Russia invaded the Ukraine. Australia trapped in […]

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