Interested in investing in IPOs (initial public offerings) or new issues in New Zealand and Australia? We'll tell you what's available and help you through the process.
Simply email us at email@example.com to join our email subscription list and you’ll be the first to know when we’re providing access to a new issue or IPO.
If you don’t wish to subscribe to receive our email, we also regularly update our website with information on specific offers, so you can still stay well informed.
Once a new issue or initial public offer (IPO) is announced, there’s usually a period where you can find out more about the offer and register your interest.
You'll automatically be sent details and offer documents for any new issues or IPOs we are providing access to. It's worth noting that restrictions can sometimes apply to new offers, making certain investors ineligible to participate (often this is related to country of residence). If our current records show that you are ineligible for a particular new offer, we may not send you details about it.
You can email us and request to receive more information about an offer. Asking for more information doesn't mean you are making any commitment to invest. It will just put your name on the list to receive the offer documents when they're available to the public.
Once you’ve read and understood the contents of all the offer documents, and decided that you wish to proceed, you’ll need to contact us by the offer deadline we’ve given you, to confirm that you want to participate.
When you decide you would like to buy securities in a specific IPO or new issue, you’ll then need to confirm your level of interest. This is simply the amount of money you want to invest in the offer.
We must speak with you to personally confirm the following:
Following this conversation, you will have provided us with 'firm interest'. We will then use this information to bid for an allocation on the offer.
At this stage ASB Securities isn't under an obligation to fill your application, as we won't yet know the overall level of interest (potential demand) in the offer, or the allocation that we may receive from the issuer.
Once you’ve successfully received an allocation and completed your purchase, the securities are yours.
ASB Securities Limited is a NZX Firm. ASB Securities terms and conditions apply. The above information is a guide only and should not be relied on as it does not take into account your personal financial situation.