Greater access to IPOs through OnMarket BookBuilds

amscot has partnered with OnMarket BookBuilds to provide our clients with even more investment opportunities. In addition to the exclusive capital raisings that amscot undertakes and offers to our clients, you can now take advantage of offers from OnMarket. Our association with OnMarket will allow you to bid directly on IPOs and have the shares allocated straight to your holdings at amscot. Through OnMarket our clients will also be able to access free research, management interviews and get notifications on upcoming IPOs.

OnMarket is Australia’s first online platform that lets all investors buy shares in IPOs free of any fees other than the cost of the shares. Since launching in October 2015 OnMarket has hosted 1 in 3 ASX IPOs, so we are obviously excited to be able to offer our clients access to this cutting-edge platform. For each offer hosted by OnMarket you get easy bidding & payment, free independent research, and a chance to 'meet the management' via exclusive video interviews. Best of all, when you invest in IPOs via OnMarket, any shares you buy can be allocated directly to your amscot Stockbroking account so you can manage your portfolio without disruption.

How does it work?

We will display the list of current offers from OnMarket on our website. If you see an offer that you want to invest in then click on the Bid Now button to apply for shares. You will leave amscot website and be redirected to our partner's (OnMarket) bidding platform where you will need to sign up with your Holder Identification Number (HIN). If you have already signed up then you will be taken straight to the bidding page for the selected offer.

It is important that you enter your HIN correctly when you set up your login at OnMarket. This will make for a seamless experience if you want your shares to be automatically allocated to your amscot account.

Current OnMarket Offers

Disclaimer: All information on this section is of a general nature. Before making any investment decision, please seek the relevant advice.

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