AAIMX supports and assists entrepreneurs and SMEs to attract seed and early growth capital. AAIMX services allow the raising of expansion funds in compliance with the exemptions under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and reliefs available under ASIC Class Orders.
The AAIMX process utilises
advanced internet technologies and functionality to allow entrepreneurs to efficiently and effectively raise capital. AAIMX’s online bulletin board platform (AAIMX) connects SMEs to capital providers.
AAIMX’s value added services are delivered by our accredited consultants that have:
- ASIC RG 146 Accredited Training
- Diploma of Financial Services qualification
- Advanced corporate finance training
- Access to international financial centres partnership networks
- Access to Free Monthly seminars
- Mentoring capabilities
AAIMX services are delivered internationally including Singapore and
London via our network of accredited AAIMX Consultants. They ensure entrepreneurs and SMEs access and utilise
AAIMX services to the fullest potential while ensuring compliance is maintained.
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AAIMX Directors, Simon Day and Alan D'Andrea have extensive local and international corporate finance transaction experience. This includes Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and London Stock Exchange public listings, reverse takeovers, private equity and other structured finance deals.
Simon Day - Director - B.Com, CA
Simon Day has extensive experience in most types of mergers and acquisitions transactions with over 18 years corporate finance experience. Particular areas of expertise include: management buy-outs; capital raisings (both public and private); acquisitions and divestments; strategic reviews; capital structure option analysis; and; and corporate valuations. Simon has experience in transaction management, finance evaluation, financial modelling, due diligence and documentation preparation.
Prior to establishing Canterbury Hill Advisory, Simon was a partner in Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu in its Corporate Finance Advisory area, with ANZ Investment Bank for six years and Price Waterhouse, Corporate Finance in London and Melbourne for over five years.
Alan D'Andrea - Director - B.Com, L.L.B. (Hons), Dip. Fin. (FP)
Alan's corporate finance and securities experience in law firms, corporate advisory practices, family business interests and entrepreneurial start-ups spans over 20 years.
Alan's international securities and corporate practice extends to Singapore law firm Chor Pee & Partners (1994 -1995) dealing with cross border transactions in South East Asia to a boutique USA legal practice in New York (1996 -1998) while completing the New York Bar.
In Australia, his corporate finance advisory practice experience includes representing SMEs & entrepreneurs in equity and banking finance transactions. His other structured finance transactions cover a range of initial public offerings in Australia and Singapore, reverse takeovers and cross border listings on London Stock Exchange.
Alan's book publications on the Initial Public Offer process are titled "The Initial Public Offering Process in Australia: A Practical Guide" and "Going Public in Singapore : A Guide" are co-written with Professor Geof Stapledon of University of Melbourne law school. Alan has also written a large number of instructional guides and journal papers in securities and corporate finance.
Garry has been a corporate advisor for over 28 years.
Joseph is admitted as a Barrister & Solicitor in the jurisdictions of Victoria and the High Court of Australia. He is accredited by Business Victoria as an International Trade Facilitator with 20 years experience living & working with Europe, North/Latin America and Asia markets. His principal area of practice is International Trade & Commercial Law with a dedication to assisting the vast array of issues faced by Entrepreneurs wishing to understand, participate and succeed in local & international markets. Before becoming a lawyer Joseph was the founder in the late 90’s of an international trade exchange with partners IBM, HP & SGS as a competitor model to the then nascent Alibaba, however the project was unfortunately shelved due to the effects of 9/11 on the ecommerce industry. The start up journey experience nonetheless gives him a unique expertise in being able to sit on both sides of the entrepreneurial table with a legal and commercial perspective. Memberships: Law Institute of Victoria International Trade Council