Founding Partners are invited to participate in the initial IPO through the Partnership in an Initial Public Offering of a North American Listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The Partnership’s intent is to establish a US Bank Holding Company quoted on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)
An initial public offering, or IPO, is the first sale of stock by a company to the public. A company can raise money by issuing either debt or equity. If the company has never issued equity to the public, it’s known as an IPO. In this particular IPO the Partnership is offering Immigrant Visa Investors through the Founding Partners to obtain Free Equity (Stock Options) / Shares in the Capital of the Intended Bank Holding Company registered pursuant to the US Federal Reserve Board, Section 25A (see below in brief):
How do Founding Partners Benefit?
Immigrant Visa Investors participating as Founding Partners invest in the equity of the Partnership pursuant to the Partnership’s World Visa offered as an exempt security in accordance with Section 708 (5b), (8a) and other sub-sections of the Australian Corporation Act 2001, the same as ordinary Members or Limited Partners. This is achieved by following the investment provisions in keeping with the “Price List“.
Moreover, Founding Partners obtain a 50% Equity with the Partnership on an approved Joint Venture Partnership with the Partnership funding the Joint Venture.
Founding Partners Price List
NOTE: The Partnership is not a Registered Immigration Agent in Australia or elsewhere and is unable to provide any advice on Immigration matters.