Delayed Trimantium GrowthOps IPO closes again, with company planning to commence trading on 20 March

The IPO for marketing and consulting group Trimantium GrowthOps has once again closed, with the company announcing it has successfully filled its share placements after foreign funds not being cleared scuppered an earlier attempt.

The IPO, if successful, will see GrowthOps acquire Melbourne-based agency AJF, Brisbane agency Khemistry and Canberra agency Voodoo Creative, along with a group of tech companies.

GrowthOps’ leadership team: Dustine Pang (CFO), Kait McCann (head of investor relations), Paul Mansfield (managing partner) Phillip Kingston (managing director) and Dominique Fisher (non-executive chairman)

In an announcement this morning, the company stated it had a $1.00 price for the 70 million shares available on the offer.

The company made a similar announcement in late January, before postponing the float two weeks later after funds from an undisclosed foreign investor failed to materialise.

Should the IPO go to plan, Trimantium GrowthOps stock will be fully traded on the ASX from Tuesday, March 20, the company said.

It is unclear if the same delinquent foreign investor has been involved in this fundraising round. Mumbrella has contacted Trimantium GrowthOps to confirm.

The revised indicative timetable. Source: Trimantium GrowthOps



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