The disclosure requirements for a substantial product holder (SPH) under the Financial Markets Conduct Act and associated regulations come with risks and blind alleys for the unwary.
This webinar offers a ‘deep dive’ into the substantive concepts and procedural framework relating to SPH disclosures, as well as the Financial Markets Authority’s guidance on disclosure notices, to make this specialised practice area a little easier to traverse.
- Improve your understanding of substantive concepts, including key definitions (e.g. ‘relevant interests’ and exclusions) and tipping points for disclosure.
- Learn more about the procedural framework, including how/when to file, where to get base templates, and class exemptions.
- Enhance your knowledge via a high level run through of the FMA’s guidance on SPH disclosures.
Who should attend?
Junior to intermediate corporate and securities lawyers or those seeking a refresher, as well as practitioners who deal generally with capital markets work.
Igor is a senior associate in the corporate team at MinterEllisonRuddWatts, advising local and international clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate and securities law.
He specialises in securities law, including the NZX Listing Rules and the Takeovers Code, advising on all aspects of listed and code company matters such as IPOs, capital raisings, share buybacks, employee share schemes, takeovers and schemes of arrangement.
He has recently advised Zespri Group Limited on its share offer and buy-back process, NZX listed Tourism Holdings Limited on its recent rights offer, and MediaWorks on its merger with QMS NZ.