ASX Entrepreneur’s Guide: KPMG's advice for startups

ASX Entrepreneur’s Guide: KPMG's advice for startups

From how to get IPO ready to the legal matters to consider when thinking about capital raising, KPMG's experts share their advice for founders.


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The ASX Entrepreneur’s Guide provides Australian founders and startups with all the information they require to set them up for success.

As KPMG Enterprise and our dedicated startup team, High Growth Ventures, work closely with the startup ecosystem, our KPMG experts submitted four chapters to the guide.

Fundamentals of Financials

In this chapter, we look at the importance of counting your beans and balancing your books with diligence.

Fleur Telford, Director – Technology Lead
Kaajal Prasad, Director – Tax & Advisory Services
Aristidis Semertzidis, Associate Director – Digital Assets

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Setting Sail on your IPO Journey

This chapter focuses on how to set up your startup for a successful IPO.

Cecily Conroy, Head of Equity Capital Markets, Australia

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Advisors, Due Diligence and the Disclosure Document

Know the information you should include in your disclosure document before you IPO and get compliant with this chapter.

David Morris, Partner, KPMG Law
Hoda Nahlous, Director, KPMG Law
David Tink, Senior Associate, KPMG Law

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Tax Considerations for Startups

In this chapter, we help you to understand the tax consequences of going public and ensure your company is optimised for the transition.

Florence Liang, Senior Consultant, Deal Advisory – Tax

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Full report

Other noteable chapters include those from our partners at Stone & Chalk, Square Peg Capital and CSIRO.

Download the full report (PDF 5.2MB).

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