Corporate Fundraising (LAWS6100)


The unit will involve a detailed study of the disclosure provisions and other requirements of chapter 6D of the Corporations Act, with particular focus on their application to the offer of company shares for issue or sale. However, some attention will also be given to listed managed investment schemes regulated under the Financial Services Reform Act. Attention will be paid to additional relevant legal requirements, including the ASX Listing Rules, for initial public offerings and other fundraisings. The unit is taught by lawyers with extensive experience in the field of corporate fundraising.

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1x2-hr lecture/week


2 x class assignments (10% each) and take-home exam (80%)

Faculty/department permission required?


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Assumed knowledge

undergraduate law degree with corporate law background

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