It was a very, very big day. We are honoured that the Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull, launched OnMarket to a room full of our fintech colleagues and friends. It was standing room only, and with over 200 in attendance there was a palpable buzz in the room.
Bob Dylan did it in the first ever music video, INXS did it in the 80's, OnMarket have now done it in Fintech ... have you ever been rejected?
We are the mattress stuffing generation and it’s time to change our habits. We have become so good at saving and so judicious about spending that we put our parents’ generation to shame.
Nick Motteram, Managing Director of OnMarket BookBuilds, explains to OpenMarkets what ASX BookBuild is all about and how it works.
OpenMarkets, a strong supporter of ASX BookBuild, is an independent technology stockbroker that specialises in execution only broker services for trading on the Australian markets.
UK recommends ASX BookBuild as the best way to sell down government assets.
The UK Myners Inquiry into the Royal Mail IPO has issued a ringing endorsement of ASX BookBuild in its final report.
Recently, 17 years after the dotcom boom and in the context of a growing technology sector, questions have been raised about whether or not we find ourselves - once again - in a tech bubble. We don’t think so, and here are 5 reasons why.
The recommendations from Australia's first financial inquiry in 17 years is due into Treasurer Joe Hockey’s office this weekend. David Murray, former CEO of CBA and Chairman of the Future Fund, could change the landscape for retail investors and small shareholders.
The Holy Grail for any company issuing new equity is to build a book of investors who understand the company, support the company, and will stick around for more than a week.
As investors look to diversify from struggling resources stocks, the technology sector is increasingly becoming a preferred destination for Australian capital.
You can be sure you will be watched closely not only by your shareholders, but also by those who represent them - particularly when issuing new equity or buying and selling assets. Best practice corporate governance and a sharp eye on duty of care obligations are a must.