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Companies typically raise capital from investors for 3 primary purposes: growth, sustaining operations, and re-balancing the capital mix.
Wall-crossing is used to collect early interest for capital raises. It is important that investors understand the obligations of this process before entering into an agreement.
Australian shares can be held and managed in two ways: CHESS Sponsored with Broker (HIN) and Issuer Sponsored with Share Registry (SRN).
A capital raise is when companies approach investors to provide additional capital to the business in the form of either debt or equity.
When looking at a resource company investors should take note of what stage of development their projects are at. Each stage suggests a different level of risk, required funding and future action.
An offer letter is a formal invitation to purchase securities in a capital raising.
For investors participating in placements it's important to understand when information and shares will hit the market. 
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