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    IMF shares jump on $22m windfall

    IMF shares jump on $22m windfall

    24 Apr 2008 by Rashelle Predovnik

    The shares of litigation funder IMF Australia Ltd rocketed 13 cents this morning, up to 74 cents, following the annoucement of its unprecedented $22 million windfall today. ...

    Boss Energy radically revises rights issue

    Boss Energy radically revises rights issue

    22 Apr 2008 by Rashelle Predovnik

    Perth-based Boss Energy Ltd has been forced to dramatically revise its rights issue in the wake of the Opes Prime collapse, which has put its share price under considerable pressure. ...

    $2bn in loans for credit society

    $2bn in loans for credit society

    27 Feb 2008 by Rashelle Predovnik

    Westpac has its Volkswagens, Aussie has its Rav 4s, Home has its Minis and now the Police & Nurses Credit Society has a fleet of Mazda 3s to raise its profile and showcase its brand on Perth’s roads. ...

    Business lending up

    Business lending up

    20 Feb 2008 by Rashelle Predovnik

    Market research firm East & Partners has revealed a growing trend for Australian businesses to use third party finance brokers and mortgage originators when they are obtaining finance products. ...

    Montezuma cap raising falls short of $3m target

    Montezuma cap raising falls short of $3m target

    13 Feb 2008 by Rashelle Predovnik

    Montezuma Mining Company Ltd has failed to reach a capital raising target of $3 million, after an underwhelming response from investors. ...

    Councils criticise new rates ruling

    Councils criticise new rates ruling

    23 Jan 2008 by Rashelle Predovnik

    The Western Australian Local Government Association has criticised the state government’s decision to retain the amnesty on council rates for independent living units in retirement villages owned by not-for-profit organisations. ...

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