Shared Lunch: Rights Offers Explained

Shared Lunch

This week, Frances Cook (Investments Editor at BusinessDesk) and Chapman Tripp Senior Associate Philip Ascroft discuss everything to do with rights offers. 

Philip has worked on just about every major ECM (Equity Capital Markets) offer in NZ over the past few years and he's well placed to give a plain-English explainer on rights issues.  Why do companies do rights offers? What does 'renounceable' mean? What's a TERP when it's at home?  Philip answers all this and more.

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Shared Lunch is hosted by BusinessDesk journalists including Frances Cook, Dan Brunskill, Rebecca Stevenson, and Victoria Young. 

Each week, we’ll alternate between an interview with a company leader and an industry deep dive.

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Ok, now for the legal bit

Appearance on Shared Lunch is not an endorsement by Sharesies of the views of the presenters, guests, or the entities they represent. Their views are their own. Shared Lunch is not financial advice. We recommend talking to a licensed financial adviser. You should review relevant product disclosure documents before deciding to invest. Investing involves risk. You might lose the money you start with. Content is current at the time. 

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