Propell Wholesale* Investment
Live Investor Briefing
Register for an Upcoming Webcast
Please join Propell CEO Michael Davidson for an investor briefing for an update on details of the convertible note, use of funds and how to participate.
In this session, Michael will discuss:
- How Propell is disrupting the banks with its innovative lending model
- How they have exponentially grown their user base and revenues in the past year
- How they plan to take a significant portion of Australia’s $423 billion SME loan book
The session will be a fascinating look into Propell’s play in a large target market with no direct competition, and at a time where two-thirds of Australia’s 2.4 million SMEs aren’t satisfied with traditional lenders. Michael will further detail the scale of the opportunity (including Propell’s goal to become the go-to finance platform for Australia’s SMEs).
This is a live and interactive online session, and participants are encouraged to ask questions. Spots are limited, so secure yours today.
*Wholesale 708 Sophisticated Investors are individuals or entities who generally qualify under Sections 708(8) and s761G(7) of the Corporations Act based on the gross income and/or net assets test verified by a qualified accountant.
- A gross income of $250,000 or more per annum in each of the previous two financial years; or
- Net assets of at least $2.5 million; and
- A verified Qualified Accountant’s certificate given no more than two (2) years ago confirming the Sophisticated Investor status. Please refer to the Corporations Act: Specifically Section 708(08) and Section s761G(7)
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