Unrivalled cross border experience
In September 2015 the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) announced changes which now make it easier for New Zealand Exchange (NZX) Main Board listed companies to list on the ASX. Under these changes companies listed on the NZX Main Board now fall within the Foreign Exempt Listing category of the ASX. These companies are no longer required to comply with the full suite of ASX Listing Rules as well as the NZX Listing Rules. It is now both easier and more cost effective for NZX companies to list on the ASX. Computershare have recently helped Mighty River Power, Meridian Energy, Genesis Energy and CBL Corporation (the first under the new Financial Markets Conduct Act) with their IPO and dual NZX and ASX listings. If you are thinking about a dual NZX and ASX listing, we can provide the expertise needed to seamlessly execute your IPO.
It’s critical that every aspect of your IPO runs smoothly
We’ll offer you insights and bright thinking
We look to the communication and technology preferences of today’s consumer in order to design and deliver a great service experience for your potential investors. Our New Zealand team will provide you with unparalleled insights; from trends in investor behaviours to the downstream impacts of IPO data on the efficiency of your share register.
You’ll benefit from a scalable project management approach
You can trust us to apply our proven methodology while also tailoring our approach to your IPO and its size. This ensures that each component of your listing is delivered efficiently and to your specific needs. Our New Zealand team have unrivalled experience successfully managing IPOs, accurately processing application volumes ranging from a few hundred to hundreds of thousands of applications. We will provide a bespoke service during your project.
We’ll maximise your control with easy-to-understand reporting
Throughout the listing process we’ll provide you with daily reporting that allows you to easily and transparently track the progress of your IPO.
Business Development Manager
Chris WoodhouseChris leads the development of business relationships with external parties. He achieves this through active management and continual development of the relationships between Computershare and existing clients, as well as proactive engagement with potential clients and building relations with industry intermediaries. Prior to joining Computershare Chris spent seven years working in the Investment Banking industry in the UK where he was involved in a variety of client focused roles.
Corporate Actions Director
Caroline HellabyCaroline brings over 20 years’ of share registry expertise to her clients. She led Computershare’s effort on the Mighty River Power, Meridian Energy and Genesis Energy IPOs, ensuring that the projects met the stringent requirements of New Zealand treasury and the joint lead managers. Through her work in corporate actions, Caroline has established strong relationships with the broker community, creating comprehensive manuals to assist brokers through all registry-related activities. Caroline is supported by a large team who bring extensive expertise in successfully delivering a diverse range of complex IPOs and corporate actions.
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