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KTM Capital provides corporate advisory, debt and equity underwriting services to small and medium sized Australian companies. Since its inception in 1998, KTM Capital has assisted over 50 clients in over 100 transactions.

Our clients are typically small to medium size Australian companies seeking to undertake corporate transactions involving either asset sales, asset purchases, private or public equity capital raisings or debt raisings.

Our Services

Raising Capital

  • underwriting initial public offers for companies wishing to list on the Australian Stock Exchange
  • underwriting equity capital raisings for companies listed on the Australian Exchange
  • arranging private equity placements
  • arranging debt funding

Corporate Advisory

  • general strategic corporate advice
  • corporate advice in relation to mergers and acquisitions
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