Unlisted Public Companies

Unlisted public companies have many of the same investor communication needs as listed companies. They have a number of shareholders who will need to be able to reference corporate information and be reassured about the investment proposition. They also need a base level of corporate information to support successive funding rounds.
There is a news flow for investors in these companies – typically through a news release, newsletter or an “announcement” distributed to all investors.
There are strict rules about soliciting new investors of course, so the investor website for unlisted companies needs to be compliant.
As unlisted public companies progress towards a possible listing (IPO or RTO), there are stages involving the issue of a prospectus and leading up to the transaction or float. During these later stages there are usually time critical information distribution requirements.

Recent IPO's supported by IRM

IRM has supported a number of companies through the listing process and beyond, providing effective online investor communications before, during and after the IPO process.

You can read about our IPO support services for
For a fuller list, try our client stores.

IRM and Unlisted Public Companies

An IRM investor website with IRM Newsroom for news distribution is an ideal way to communicate well with investors during the whole process, and then can lead seamlessly to a full listed company website by the addition of the further pages relating to the actual listing (e.g. share prices and charts, ASX Announcements etc.)
A number of existing IRM investor website clients have been through the IPO process with IRM, and the following unlisted companies are supported by IRM websites:


Special Pricing for pre-listing companies

IRM recognises the financial challenges faced by unlisted public companies that don’t have ready access to funds. In addition, the demands on IRM by unlisted companies are typically smaller than for listed companies.
Accordingly, IRM offers concessional licence fees for HQi and IRM Newsroom for unlisted public companies.