Trust and Security of information are keys to avoiding IPOs going off the rails

By 22/10/2020 February 26th, 2021 No Comments

Today the IPO Network hosted its second virtual Zoom event, discussing why trust and security of information are keys to avoiding IPOs going off the rails.

The session featured IPO Network guest presenters Daniel Ryding, from thedocyard (ASX:TDY)Simon Thomsen, from Pinstripe Media, and Georgie Morell, from Baldwin Boyle Group.


The discussion covered issues of planning ahead for an IPO, especially for implementing appropriate information systems, having good governance and appropriate Board and C-Suite executives to maximise the level of trust from investors, regulators and other stakeholders; the importance of authenticity in a crisis management situation and of course there were plenty of fascinating anecdotes explored.

Simon Thomsen

Startup Daily 

Simon is editor of Startup Daily which is part of Pinstripe Media. Startup Daily provides news & reporting from the Australian tech and startup community. Pinstripe Media is Australia’s leading publishing and content marketing company specialising in startups, business and finance. 

Dan Ryding

Dan is Head of Engineering at thedocyard. A leader in corporate governance and information management solutions, thedocyard provides purpose-built deal management platforms packed with deal data and insights, customizable workflows, and automated tasks to keep deals flowing. 

Georgie Morell
Baldwin Boyle Group (BBG)

Georgie has over 20 years of global experience in corporate affairs, media and investor relations, and has recently joined Baldwin Boyle Group (BBG). BBG provides strategic communications advice to organisations across Asia-Pacific to help them build and protect their reputation. 

Thursday 2nd October 2020
4:00pm – 5:00pm AEST