Appendix 3X- Initial Directors Interest Notice
Appendix 3B – Face Today & Rejuven8 Post Completion Issue
Appendix 4C & Quarterly Update
TFG Half Year Dec 2016 Results Presentation
Appendix 4D & Half Year Financial Report
Appendix 3B- Release from escrow
Quarterly Update & Appendix 4C
25 Jan Becoming a substantial holder
Leadership Team Appointments
Release from escrow
Change of Directors Interests Notice
Investor Update September 2016
Appendix 3B- Heber Davis Post Completion Share Issue
Appendix 3B- COZmedics Post Completion Share Issue
Business Chicks Strategic Partnership
Appendix 4C- Quarter ended 30 June 2016
Ceasing to be a substantial holder
TFG Completes Facial Artistry Acquisition
TFG Completes Acquisition of COZmedics & Endless Solutions
Appendix 3B & Cleansing Notice
TFG COMPLETES CoolSculpting® EXPANSION CONTRACTS
Results of TFG General Meeting
TFG GM CEO Address
COZmedics Execution of Business Sale & Purchase Agreements
Facial Artistry & Endless Solutions Execution of Business Sale
Rereleased Investor Presentation - June 2016
ASX Announcement - $10M Capital Raising
TFG Sample Proxy Form
$10M Capital Raising Presentation
Notice of General Meeting To Be Held On 11 July 2016
ASX Announcement - Trading Halt Combined Announcement
ASX Announcement - Greenfields Sites
ASX Release Quarterly Report
Appendix 3B - New Issue Announcement
Release of Securities From Escrow
TFG Investor Presentation
TFG Secures Retail Finance Agreement
TFG Acquires Lase By The Sea Laser and Cosmetic Clinic
Appendix 3B - Lase By The Sea
Half Year Results Release to Australian Stock Exchange
TFG Acquires Rejuven8 Cosmetic Clinic
Becoming a Substantial Shareholder - MC
Acquisition of Face Today Mediclinic
Amended Appendix 4C - quarterly
Appendix 4C - quarterly
Form 603 Paul Fielding
Initial Directors Interest - Vilma Di Maria
Initial Directors Interests - Joanne Hannah
Initial Directors Interests - John Conidi
Initial Directors Interests - Paul Fielding
Statement of Restricted Securities
Code of Conduct for Transactions in Securities
Long Term Incentive Plan Rules
Long Term Incentive Plan
Audited 2015 Accounts
Information Form & Checklist
Top 20 Holders
The Board's responsibility to oversee the operations of the business is based on the foundation of honesty and integrity. This Charter establishes an overall framework for the corporate governance and control of the Company with regard to the interests of stakeholders.
The role of the Audit & Risk Committee is to assist the Board in implementing an effective corporate governance framework. This Charter outlines the specific responsibilities, delegated authority and composition of the Committee.
To assist the Board in its role of monitoring the performance of the Company, this policy outlines the process to evaluate how effectively the Board, Directors and Committees are performing their duties and obligations imposed by the Company and by the law.
To enhance investor confidence, this policy demonstrates the commitment of the Company to ethical standards and practices. It provides Directors and Officers with a guide to acceptable behaviour intended to protect the interests of shareholders, staff, clients and all other stakeholders in the Company.
Legal constraints applicable to Directors, Officers and relevant employees of listed companies dealing in securities in the Company arise from common law, the Corporations Act and the ASX listing rules. This code provides guidance and requirements when dealing in securities in the Company to mitigate any breach of these duties.
Through the implementation of the requirements outlined in this Policy, the Company will endeavour to ensure the market is fully informed of its strategy and financial performance by seeking to provide equal access to information.
The Company believes that pro-actively embracing diversity among its workforce helps it provide a workplace with greater employee satisfaction levels, enabling it to attract and retain quality people within the organisation, to better understand the market in which it operates, and to assist in achieving its corporate objectives.
This policy is designed to promote and outline all reasonably practical steps required of management to place and maintain employees in an occupational environment designed to satisfy their needs for health, safety and welfare at work.
The Company respects and upholds individuals' rights to privacy protection in relation to how we collect, use, disclose and hold personal information. We only collect personal information by lawful and fair means. We have detailed procedures in place to ensure that personal information is securely stored, that only authorised staff have access to it, that it remains confidential and is only used for appropriate purposes.
The Remuneration and Nomination Committee (Committee) is established to advise the Board on remuneration and issues relevant to remuneration policies and practices including those for senior management and non-executive Directors. This Charter outlines the advisory role and responsibilities of the Committee.
In all interactions whether in the built or virtual environment, Company Employees represent the Company and any comment made by an Employee may have implications for the Company's business. This policy has been developed to guide Company Employees as to the standards, expectations and obligations applicable to their use of social media either in the course of their employment or where using social media in a personal capacity (whether at work or elsewhere).