Wednesday 22nd August 2007
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In the process of these listing transactions, Tasman will gain shares in the newly listed companies for itself and also directly for its shareholders at no cost to them.
In addition to the shares in the newly listed companies that Tasman shareholders will receive at no cost, Tasman will seek to provide its shareholders with the opportunity to purchase additional shares in these companies based on pre-listing pricing.
The initial investment in Tasman is the 'foot-in-the-door' to these opportunities. Tasman's objective is to list 20 companies in the next 10 years. If this is achieved, both Tasman and its shareholders will build a portfolio of shares of listed companies that have gained a listing via Tasman.
Tasman is currently raising capital with an offer of 3,000,000 shares at an offer price of 10 cents per share.
For full details of the offer please view the prospectus and investment statement at http://www.tasmancapital.co.nz.
For more information on upcoming share offers visit: http://www.sharechat.co.nz/resources/ipos/
This Capital Raising material is for information only - it is not an offer to subscribe or a recommendation. It is not a substitute for professional investment advice. Tarawera Publishing Ltd and their associates disclaim all liability or responsibility for any loss or damage that may result from the action or failure to act by any person in reliance on any material provided herein. For full details on offers please refer to the relevant prospectuses and investment statements.
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