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- WAM Microcap LimitedWMI28/06/2017
- Afterpay Touch Group LimitedAPT29/06/2017
- ELMO Software LimitedELO29/06/2017
- Eagle Health Holdings LimitedEHH29/06/2017
- Audinate Group LimitedAD830/06/2017
- Galena Mining LimitedG1A10/07/2017
- American Pacific Borate & Lithium LimitedABR17/07/2017
- Evans & Partners Global Disruption FundEGD31/07/2017
- Sienna Cancer Diagnostics LimitedSDX02/08/2017
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