Stockbroker Euroz Hartleys was hoovering up shares in lithium play Azure Minerals on Monday morning, after the company signed a binding deed with Chilean giant SQM at $3.50 a share.
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Webcentral has struck a binding deal to sell a majority stake in some of its assets for circa $165 million.
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The high-profile stockbroker has told clients he does not know what the strategy is behind the Endeavour-owned liquor retailers pivot to high-priced bottles.
The company sells an enterprise protection platform that targets worker safety, risk management and compliance for clients such as New Hope and Glencore.
Adrian MacKenzie and Srdjan Dangubic’s Five V Capital is donning the hard hat to raise $700 million for their fifth buyout fund.
Pratik Joshi, a Sydney-based vice president in Bank of America’s asset backed securities division, has deflected to work alongside Revolution’s founders.
Street Talk understands the $400 million was underwritten by Commonwealth Bank and Westpac last week.
Data centre tearaway AirTrunk has drafted in Fortescue deputy chairman Mark Barnaba to chair its board, just as it begins preparations for what could be a $10 billion IPO.
Prospective backers are being told to think of a liquidity event within 36 months, and circa 19 per cent IRR to exit.
Paris-headquartered concessions player Vinci Group has begun meeting with investment banks for a potential buy-side mandate.
The $11.4 billion private hospital operator looks at plenty of deals and isn’t likely to get into a sword fight with overzealous private equity.
Long-serving banking analyst has resurfaced six months after he left US investment bank Jefferies.
It is understood James Liang is working with MA Financial Australia on his tilt for 24-7 Healthcare.
Street Talk can reveal Credit Suisse’s head of asset finance for Asia Pacific, Will Farrant, has joined the US investment firm as a partner in its credit group.
Potential investors are being told to expect flyers as early as Tuesday.
The bag maker is targeting $10 million plus revenue and $3.4 million EBITDA by FY26, looking to strategic partnerships and expanding its online presence for growth.
The 100-year-old company is seeking to raise up to $20 million from investors, but they must be residents of Victoria’s Goulburn Valley region.
Street Talk understands the bank has let go of Ivan Colhoun, its chief economist for corporate and institutional banking.
The exchange is in the market with a 3-year Australian dollar, senior unsecured, floating rate benchmark transaction to fund future capital expenditure.
The company was offering shares at $20 apiece, which was a tight 3 per cent discount to Anteris’s last close, for a minimum $40 million raise.