Dark cloud over backdoor listings

A planned backdoor listing by technology company Yatango, which was backed by top-shelf advisers and boasted iiNet founder Michael Malone as one of its incoming directors, has fallen through after being hit by tough market conditions and a run-in with the corporate regulator.


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What needs to also be mentioned is that Yatango will still offering its prospectus with a revised date of August 14. While the official spin might have it that the minimum raising of 6 mill could not be reached, there was still a day left. And according to the prospectus that minimum had to be met within four months of the prospectus opening. It is only 6 weeks in. Something definitely fishy here

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