There are over 15 exclusions to the full regulated offer regime under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMCA) that allow your clients to make offers with limited or no disclosure. How many do you know? The transitional period is now over, so compliance with the FMCA is mandatory. This On Demand webinar provides practical guidance as to how, and when, to apply some of the most common exclusions under the FMCA, as well as providing an overview of the types of offers that fall within, or outside, the scope of the FMCA.
- Benefit from understanding how to structure offers to avoid the application of onerous obligations under the FMCA.
- Gain insights into common exclusions to the full regulated offer regime and relevant reduced disclosure obligations.
- Learn how to more rapidly assess whether the FMCA applies to a transaction.
Who should view?
Corporate/commercial lawyers and general practitioners at all levels, as well as those who provide advice to companies and shareholders on capital raising, are likely to find this topic of interest. Accountants and financial advisers may also benefit from attending.
Access details will be delivered via email within 15 minutes.
Rachel specialises in corporate and securities law with particular expertise in capital raising and mergers and acquisitions.
She has acted on many of New Zealand's most significant recent IPOs and NZX listings and other equity capital markets transactions.
Rachel has a strong working relationship with the FMA and NZX and is regularly called upon to share her extensive capital markets experience to help continue to shape the regulatory landscape. She is also a member of the NZ Markets Disciplinary Tribunal (NZMDT) and represents Chapman Tripp as a member of the Listed Companies Association executive.
Rachel is acknowledged as a ‘Rising Star’ in equity capital markets by independent legal directory IFLR1000 and is also recognised by Chambers Asia Pacific as an ‘Up and Coming’ lawyer in Corporate/Commercial.
Philip specialises in corporate and securities law with a particular focus on capital raising.
He acts for issuers, arrangers and underwriters on all aspects of IPOs and capital raisings. Philip also advises on mergers and acquisitions, takeovers and other corporate law issues, including listed company compliance and corporate governance.
He has acted on many of New Zealand's most significant recent IPOs and NZX listings and other equity capital markets transactions.