Workspace solution company floats on ASX

By Grace Ormsby|18 June 2019

Flexible office company Victory Offices has been advised on its listing on the ASX and successful IPO.

Firm: Hall & Wilcox (Victory Offices Limited)

Deal: Victory Offices Limited has been advised by Hall & Wilcox on its ASX listing and successful IPO.

Value: $30 million

Area: Corporate

Key players: Hall & Wilcox’s team was led by corporate partner John Hutchinson. Partner Natalie Bannister, special counsel Nik Dragojlovic, senior associate Jung Ryu and lawyers David Holland and Harry Croft all contributed.

Deal significance: Hall & Wilcox has called Victory Offices a leading company in Australia’s evolving flexible workspace industry, providing comprehensive serviced office packages and co-working spaces as an alternative to traditional office space.


Founded in 2013, the firm noted Victory Offices as operating in 19 locations across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.

Hall & Wilcox’s team advised Victory Offices on all aspects of the IPO and ASX-listing process, it was noted.

The IPO was fully underwritten by Ord Minnett, and involved a retail offer and institutional offer of 15 million new securities, representing approximately 36.7 per cent of the shares on issue at the time of the ASX listing, Hall & Wilcox reported.

“Victory Offices is a highly successful innovative business and we are delighted to have advised on this transformational step which facilitates its future growth opportunities,” said partner John Hutchinson.

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Workspace solution company floats on ASX
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