Listing Rule 3.1 – Materiality: the things that matter (2019)
- An overview of Listing Rule 3.1 – The Continuous Disclosure Regime
- Materiality thresholds
- The ASX’s more recent change of emphasis on reporting material transactions
- Case studies – when things go (very) wrong.
- Everyday examples
About your Speaker: Mr Julian Rockett, B. Arts, LLB, GDLP
Mr Rockett background is firmly as a Corporate Lawyer and Company Secretary in the ASX listed space. He heads the Technical Advisory Team and is a senior Company Secretary with Boardroom Australia. The BoardRoom Group is a leading provider of professional services in the Asia-Pacific region, with over 7,300 clients managed out of our offices in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and China.
Julian’s legal background includes advising on IPOs, M&A, RTOs and capital raising for ASX listed companies. His corporate secretarial experience for ASX companies, includes being the appointed company secretary for medical technology, artificial intelligence, logistics, equity, resources, mining, building, energy, and new media.
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