M&A

Want to terminate a contract with an insolvent counter-party: The option may no longer be yours

In September 2017, the government passed new “Safe Harbour” reforms. These have had a major impact on underperforming companies aiming to turnaround their business with changes to maintain enterprise value and facilitate the successful restructure of a distressed company.

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Australian M&A market set for a bumper year

2018 looks like it will see the largest amount of capital raised by private equity since the GFC with an active private equity market driving M&A growth.

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A new agenda for M&A: an innovative pathway towards skills acquisition 

Innovation is increasingly shaping the M&A growth story in Australia. Where traditional M&A may look to incorporate one organisation into another’s traditional line of business through a change of control,…

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Realising post-deal potential: it’s all in the synergy

Buying another business can reinvigorate a company, and disruptive mergers and acquisitions are emerging as the quickest route to this end.

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Sunny M&A outlook undimmed by stock market clouds

The story of the first few weeks of 2016 has been one of stock market turmoil around the globe. So surely this has had a detrimental effect on corporate finance…

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Busy time for Australian M&A predicted as cheap stocks capture the market’s attention

Despite the gloomy headlines about recent volatility in world markets, there is a growing appetite predicted for M&A transactions both globally and in Australia in the coming year.

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