20 20 Panel Discussion
06 July 2012
The University of Western Australia: UWA Business School
You’ve probably noticed the market for new capital has changed significantly since the GFC and companies are becoming increasingly innovative in raising money for new business ventures.
In this 2020 Business Insights Forum our panel of distinguished experts keeps you informed with what is working, what is not working and lessons learned from successful capital raising ventures. Hard won wisdom from the market place will be shared that will give you new insights on how to raise capital and increase shareholder value. Discover the insider’s view on accessing capital markets as our expert panel unlocks the secrets of successful capital raising in tough times.
2020 Capital Raising Expert Panel
Damon Neaves Managing Director, Pura Vida Energy (ASX:PVD) Pura Vida has enjoyed strong market support since making its debut on 14th February raising four million dollars from 20 million shares priced at 20 cents each and has been the best performing IPO of 2012 rising as high as 45 cents. Damon is a founding director and shareholder andpriortoworkingintheoilandgas industry, practised as a lawyer and corporate advisor.
Paige McNeil Managing Director, Quintessential Resources Limited (ASX:QRL) The company was one of the Top 10 performing IPOs that listed on the ASX in 2011 and is making a name for itself exploring for large scale copper and gold deposits in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. With Degrees in Education, Training & Development and Corporate Governance, Paige is a 40under40 WA Business Award Winner and mother of two.
Adam Levine, Partner Middletons Adam specialises in mergers and acquisitions and capital markets. He advises on a broad range of commercial matters, including equity capital markets, takeovers and schemes of arrangement, business sales and acquisitions, regulatory compliance, corporate governance, outsourcing and general corporate advisory work
The University of Western Australia: Shu Zhang
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