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  • Supratim Adhikari | Business Spectator
    equity by Supratim Adhikari 11 29am December 11 AFP to trial deep packet inspection surveillance The Australian Federal Police eyes full rollout of controversial technology in April by Supratim Adhikari 11 01am December 11 NAB recruits new CIO Former Ernst and Young partner David Boyle to replace Denis McGee who announced his departure in August by Supratim Adhikari 9 25am December 10 Australian IaaS market to reach 380m by 2017 Infrastructure as a Service set to take off as more organisations switch to the IaaS provisioning model and more vendors enter the local market by Supratim Adhikari 8 52am December 06 What to expect from Turnbull s NBN review While the strategic review will shed some light on Labor s dysfunctional NBN rollout the public isn t likely to get any answers regarding the critical question of copper by Supratim Adhikari 8 07am December 06 55 comments NewSat scores new 1 1m teleport contract Latest deal takes the total value of contracts supporting CS2 Industry Partners to US3 5 million by Supratim Adhikari 11 44am December 05 Microsoft University of Melbourne join forces on Natural User Interface World first research facility to explore new social interactive technologies by Supratim Adhikari 10 00am December 05 We did a lot of things right on the NBN Quigley Former NBN Co boss defends the work done under his tenure and warns his successor Ziggy Switkowski to not waste time on endless reviews to suit the political process by Supratim Adhikari 10 00am December 03 2 comments ASD offered to share data of Australian citizens with partners report The Australian intelligence agency formerly known as the Defence Signals Electorate DSD reportedly discussed handing over bulk unselected unminimised metadata as long as there was no intent to target an Australian national by Supratim Adhikari 12 14pm December 02 Can Turnbull avoid a NBN timetable mishap If the 2016 timetable is unachievable then the Coalition would be well served to own up to it Moving the goalposts later will only prove to be counterproductive by Supratim Adhikari 9 00am December 02 17 comments NBN strategic review contents may not be fully disclosed Switkowski NBN Co executive chairman tells Senate Select Committee that parts of the review may be censored to protect commercially confidential information by Supratim Adhikari 11 04am November 29 4 comments Page 1 Credit Suisse to advise Coalition on Telstra NBN deal report Advisory firm to provide guidance on how the existing contract negotiated during Labor s tenure can be tweaked to accommodate the changes to the NBN process by Supratim Adhikari 10 21am December 20 2 comments The NBN is dead long live the NBN Whatever name you might want to give the broadband network we end up with 2013 is the year when a couple of NBN aspirations and assumptions were finally laid to rest by Supratim Adhikari 8 20am December 20 51 comments Computing Google s robots Google s latest foray into robotics promises to be its most important to date

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  • Brett Cole | Business Spectator
    January 07 2 comments Deutsche Bank wins NAB ADR contract The German bank is beefing up its transaction banking services in an effort to win more business by Brett Cole 4 54pm January 06 United Dairy seeks to sell a stake The country s biggest privately owned milk supplier wants to sell a stake to an Australian investor by Brett Cole 2 00pm January 06 4 comments Saputo may extend Warrnambool deadline The Canadian dairy giant will resume talks with key Warrnambool shareholders as it debates whether to close its takeover offer Friday by Brett Cole 12 02am January 06 1 comment Keybridge mulling buyback to repel Oceania The investment company subject to a takeover offer from rival Oceania is considering a full range of capital management options by Brett Cole 1 45pm January 03 Westpac says Lloyds deal progressing well The bank says its acquisition of Lloyds Australian businesses closed December 31 as scheduled by Brett Cole 2 57pm January 02 Potential bidders for Gunns get more time font color red DataRoom font Deadline for expressions of interest in bankrupt timber company extended assets valued at 795 9m by Brett Cole 8 41am January 02 1 comment Macquarie tops 2013 IPO league table The homegrown investment bank beat UBS to claim the number one status as the country s leading IPO underwriter by Brett Cole 3 07pm December 31 UBS tops Australian M A in 2013 The Zurich based investment bank beat rivals Goldman Sachs and Macquarie for the top spot according to Bloomberg data by Brett Cole 12 37pm December 31 Mirabela Nickel secures 50 million loan A new loan from its noteholders will allow the struggling nickel miner to continue operating with discussions now centring on a US100 million equity offering by Brett Cole 2 07pm December 30 JP Morgan Lazard to assess Qld infrastructure assets State govt hires firms for scoping studies to prepare two port assets for potential sale by Brett Cole 11 53am December 30 Chinese buyers circle United Dairy Power Bright Food Group may be leading contender to acquire privately owned Victorian milk supplier by Brett Cole 4 05pm December 27 16 comments Queensland Motorways bids due Feb 7 QIC hopes to close the sale of Queensland Motorways by the end of April by Brett Cole 2 23am December 27 Page 1 Singh behind key KKR deal Jeff Singh s Chase Corporate Advisory helped bring in KKR to secure the 130 million takeover of Centric Wealth by Brett Cole 1 09am January 13 1 comment Financial Index to buy Centric Wealth for 130m After the acquisition closes New York based KKR will take one third stake in Financial Index by Brett Cole 12 09am January 13 1 comment Saputo pushes for Bega s Warrnambool stake The Canadian dairy company is lobbying Bega in an effort to win its 19 per cent stake in Warrnambool by Brett Cole 12 05pm January 10 1 comment Saputo tipped to extend Warrnambool offer The Canadian company risks

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  • Ken Phillips | Business Spectator
    crippling the company And the mistakes looks set to be repeated by Ken Phillips 6 57am June 19 25 comments How Abbott outflanked Labor on IR Rather than fight a renewed battle over WorkChoices style industrial relations the Coalition has promised to implement a swathe of unfinished Labor policies by Ken Phillips 7 15am June 17 10 comments Hope glimmers in Abbott s small business spotlight Small business has floundered through political neglect in recent years but a new era in centre stage could give it much needed momentum by Ken Phillips 6 44am May 31 11 comments Paralysed in a tax office trap Australian Tax Office restrictions are leaving contractors out in the cold unable to gain the Australian Business Numbers needed to operate alone by Ken Phillips 8 50am April 24 9 comments Contract killers for the mining boom As labor productivity in the resources sector collapses construction costs have blown out including by 45 per cent over five years in the Pilbara Queensland and WA need to wake up by Ken Phillips 7 24am April 15 16 comments Riding the tidal wave of self employment A breakdown of America s fast growing self employed sector shows the broad cultural shifts it will increasingly force politicians to recognise It s an irreversable transition Australian policy makers must heed by Ken Phillips 6 55am April 04 5 comments The solo sector s coming 3D attraction As the internet did to communications 3D printing is set to shake up manufacturing changing the nature of market economies and unleashing the solo enterprise by Ken Phillips 6 18pm March 22 The contract key that could swing small business Unfair contract protections are a source of consumer justice that has been denied by lobbyists and Labor to small business If Tony Abbott does extend the laws he will set free much SME growth by Ken Phillips 10 45am January 29 4 comments A Queensland escape for the IR weary Queensland s industrial relations fight gives it the chance to multiply job creation in small business with major benefits for hospitality and tourism and perhaps a better match for 24 7 consumer demand by Ken Phillips 2 32pm December 19 4 comments Desperate solutions for a broken union brand In the wake of funding scandals the union movement is trying to repair its brand image with a bold attack on independent workers by Ken Phillips 3 05pm December 18 6 comments Unscrambling Gillard s OHS hash As South Australia takes the lead in trying to create practical work safety laws after rejecting Gillard s it s likely others that already agreed to Canberra s model will backflip by Ken Phillips 11 22am November 13 4 comments Lend Lease skirts Victorian building foundations Lend Lease s new industrial agreement hands significant power over to the unions when it comes to managing worksites It could be a test case for Victoria s new building guidelines by Ken Phillips 6 37am October 17 3 comments The super self employed taking over the world France s president has abruptly discovered that there is a new workplace revolution sweeping western economies the rise of the superbly productive self employed entrepreneur by Ken Phillips 5 00pm October 12 6 comments Baillieu s Grocon IR game breaker Construction contracts have for too long been an unholy and expensive alliance between large firms and unions With his eye on infrastructure Ted Baillieu has had enough and the Grocon dispute is his first battle by Ken Phillips 1 45pm September 10 7 comments Small business snookered by social media rule The advertising industry has declared that public comments on a company s social media site Facebook etc constitute advertising But how on earth are small businesses expected to manage this rule by Ken Phillips 2 26pm August 28 2 comments Page 1 Harnessing the power of the one man brand Self employed individuals can strengthen relationships with consumers and add value to their services by building a personal brand The first step is to think of yourself as a business by Ken Phillips 1 58pm January 10 2 comments China banks on SMEs for growth The Communist Party s reform manifesto aims to level the playing field for privately owned small and medium enterprises by Ken Phillips 9 47am December 05 3 comments Freelance workers hits and myths New research shows managers concerns over the commitment of independent contractors are misplaced with freelance workers showing high levels of enthusiasm and dedication to their clients by Ken Phillips 6 53am November 29 8 comments Australia got caught out by Freelancer com Freelancer com is the definitive free market workplace breaking down the walls between big and small businesses and leaving unions and tax collectors in the dust by Ken Phillips 7 33am November 19 13 comments Caution will reign in the Abbott government As Opposition leader Tony Abbott was often painted as an unpredictable zealot But his record on small business and indigenous issues point to man who will govern with pragmatism and discretion by Ken Phillips 7 24am September 20 20 comments Unions can t paint over a construction revolution The CFMEU s court victory against the Victorian government is a premature celebration Even if it stands an irreversible transformation of the building sector is underway by Ken Phillips 6 42am June 25 9 comments The union hand on the wheel that doomed Ford Ford s industrial relations agreements limited the capacity of managers to manage fatefully crippling the company And the mistakes looks set to be repeated by Ken Phillips 6 57am June 19 25 comments How Abbott outflanked Labor on IR Rather than fight a renewed battle over WorkChoices style industrial relations the Coalition has promised to implement a swathe of unfinished Labor policies by Ken Phillips 7 15am June 17 10 comments Hope glimmers in Abbott s small business spotlight Small business has floundered through political neglect in recent years but a new era in centre stage could give it

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  • Keith Orchison | Business Spectator
    will backfire The NSW premier s decision to play politics with both sides of the gas debate won t get him very far especially now federal industry minister Ian Macfarlane is stepping in by Keith Orchison 6 50am October 22 5 comments Business be careful when you wish for reform Business lobby groups have been demanding action on energy policy but without a concrete set of proposals for Tony Abbott they risk stepping into the fire by Keith Orchison 2 16pm October 14 9 comments Turning up the heat on the gas debate BG Australia and the Clean Energy Council agree Australia s energy debate needs to urgently rise above Armageddon scenarios and home in on pragmatic market restructures by Keith Orchison 12 56pm October 08 5 comments Queensland s review gives power to the people Consulting local communities about Queensland s energy future is a smart political move as the state considers three tricky long term scenarios by Keith Orchison 2 13pm September 27 5 comments NSW turns up the energy shriek scale New South Wales litany of domestic energy problems could quickly spiral out of control without skillful handling by the O Farrell government Keeping any of the jilted groups happy will be a tall order by Keith Orchison 1 05pm September 16 5 comments Power lessons from Germany s green wedge It s not easy being green in Germany as concern over the cost of climate goals and surging energy prices reaches fever pitch in the lead up to the election by Keith Orchison 1 34pm September 12 6 comments Who will secure our energy future The focus on emissions has clouded the fact that no political party has outlined a cohesive strategy for securing a reliable energy supply for Australia over the next decade by Keith Orchison 2 32pm September 04 7 comments Brace for NSW s rude energy shock New parliamentary evidence shows NSW is on track for power shortages from 2015 And gas pipeline and supply capacity from Victoria would need to more than double at a cost of billions to meet the state s post 2016 demand by Keith Orchison 1 55pm September 02 12 comments The Greens gaping CSG omission The Greens led anti CSG movement may be popular in the inner suburbs of Sydney but it wrongfully omits the vital role of gas in key NSW industries including manufacturing by Keith Orchison 1 26pm August 26 17 comments How about an energy debate green warts and all There is a massive contradiction between Australians eagerness for a green economy and their obsession over cost of living pressures Knowing this politicians are withholding the full picture by Keith Orchison 3 00pm August 05 16 comments The real green black divide On one side of the suburban fence Aussies celebrate the growing contribution of renewables On the other they lament the green effect on power bills Both are blind to coal s dominance by Keith Orchison 12 30pm July 29 15 comments Factories power down and the energy sector s troubled For the first time in a generation the major energy players are forecasting significant falls in power consumption As electricity hungry manufacturers hit the wall a big shake up looms for generators by Keith Orchison 7 06am July 23 6 comments Manufacturing s miserable gas leak Gas use in electricity generation and manufacturing was expected to continue on a roll through the decade But the latest data reverses that outlook and the implications for manufacturing are telling by Keith Orchison 11 21am July 12 2 comments Slay the coal seam price dragons If our politicians continue to tip toe around the obstacles to accessing Australia s vast gas reserves we re in for a price hike with severe economic consequences by Keith Orchison 8 05am July 08 15 comments Page 1 Unplugging the power discord This year has been marked by a dispiriting debate about electricity supply and provision in Australia with power price issues unresolved gas prices rising and retailers bracing for deregulation by Keith Orchison 2 26am December 30 15 comments Searching for a bright spark in the power debate Dubious power bill comparisons empty rhetoric and a sensationalist media are adding to confusion over household energy costs An enlightened solution to the regulatory mess is in short supply by Keith Orchison 6 50am December 18 9 comments Still no solution for power bill shock It s been two years since Julia Gillard promised to tackle rising energy costs for households Yet cost saving initiatives like smart meters and time of use tariffs are a long way off the political agenda by Keith Orchison 6 40am December 10 20 comments Abbott s a few sparks short of a global power agenda Tony Abbott has 10 months to create a domestic energy agenda that will work on a global stage The RET domestic gas price and energy white paper could help or hinder by Keith Orchison 1 29pm November 25 22 comments Passing the electricity price baton Tony Abbott s playing the power card but the causes of high electricity prices remain Fixes are still at the edges and require years for implementation by Keith Orchison 8 10am November 11 31 comments Weatherill s coal seam cash injection While Victoria and New South Wales twiddle their thumbs on coal seam gas South Australia is jumping at the chance for more jobs and a big cash boost for the state by Keith Orchison 7 34am November 04 4 comments Paul Howes bipartisan gas burn Both sides of politics are paining manufacturing with messy legislation on coal seam gas the AWU chief says by Keith Orchison 8 52am October 28 5 comments O Farrell s double barrel gas plan will backfire The NSW premier s decision to play politics with both sides of the gas debate won t get him very far especially now federal industry minister Ian Macfarlane is stepping in by Keith Orchison 6 50am October 22 5 comments Business be

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  • DataRoom | Business Spectator
    Pharmaceuticals HR Industrial relations Information Technology Infrastructure Insurance Manufacturing Media and Digital Resources and Energy Professional Services Property Retail Small Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu DataRoom Singh behind key KKR deal Jeff Singh s Chase Corporate Advisory helped bring in KKR to secure the 130 million takeover of Centric Wealth by Brett Cole 1 09am January 13 1 comment Financial Index to buy Centric Wealth for 130m After the acquisition closes New York based KKR will take one third stake in Financial Index by Brett Cole 12 09am January 13 1 comment Global MnA slips to 3 year low A decline in private equity sales and trade sales was behind the weaker result despite a string of mega deals in 2013 according to Mergermarket by Amanda Saunders 5 45pm January 10 1 comment Saputo increases WCB stake again Canadian suitor increases holding to above 21 as it confirms extension of takeover offer for dairy producer 4 20pm January 10 1 comment Saputo pushes for Bega s Warrnambool stake The Canadian dairy company is lobbying Bega in an effort to win its 19 per cent stake in Warrnambool by Brett Cole 12 05pm January 10 1 comment Shares in Kimberley Diamonds shine The owner of the Ellendale Mine has seen its shares surge this week sparking talk that another acquisition may be on the cards by Amanda Saunders 10 51am January 10 1 comment DataRoom AM Unclogging Clydesdale NAB may offload its costly UK banking business Clydesdale Bank while the battle for Warrnambool Cheese Butter may see a last minute entrant by Daniel Palmer 7 16am January 10 NAB could consider MLC split report Analysts suggest bank could offload part of its wealth management arm 7 03am January 10 2 comments Exxon 7 Eleven in branding deal Deal reaffirms ExxonMobil s commitment to Aust downstream operations by Barry Fitzgerald The Australian 6 57am January 10 NAB UK exit expected soon Analysts forecast bank to divest UK assets as economic recovery takes shape by Michael Bennet The Australian 1 14am January 10 3 comments Hedge funds key to WCB fight Saputo looking beyond Bega and Lion for Warrnambool takeover support by Rebecca Urban The Australian 1 08am January 10 1 comment Saputo tipped to extend Warrnambool offer The Canadian company risks regulatory ire as it is yet to inform Warrnambool shareholders of a planned extension a day before the current offer expires by Brett Cole 12 00am January 10 6 comments Saputo s Warrnambool stake now 20 per cent The Canadian dairy suitor is now the biggest shareholder in the western Victorian dairy producer by Brett Cole 5 13pm January 09 1 comment Shell role underscores Merrill Lynch s Australian revival The investment bank is advising Shell on the sale of its Australian retail and refining businesses in a deal that may be

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  • Dealmakers | Business Spectator
    Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Dealmakers Shell role underscores Merrill Lynch s Australian revival The investment bank is advising Shell on the sale of its Australian retail and refining businesses in a deal that may be worth as much as 3 billion by Brett Cole 1 26pm January 09 Carnegie to head Blackstone s Sydney office James Carnegie a private equity specialist will be looking to seal the investment giant s first local deal by Brett Cole 1 38pm January 07 2 comments Anchorage five cash in on Dick Smith float Christmas has come early for the five key players at the private equity firm that floated Dick Smith after just one year of ownership by Bridget Carter The Australian 9 57am December 23 2 comments Bankers cool on MnA deal outlook for 2014 M A bankers say while boardrooms are more confident and balance sheets are in good shape there may be little improvement in the volume of deals next year by Brett Cole 11 48am December 20 1 comment UBS takes title as best bank Survey of corporates sees Swiss based group labelled Australia s best investment bank by Michael Bennet The Australian 2 26am December 20 Saputo s bankers court Bega Kirin advisors Rabobank and Rothschild are trying to woo Kidder Williams and Greenhill advisors to the significant Warrnambool stakeholders by Brett Cole 11 24am December 19 3 comments Merrill mulls adding to real estate team Bank of America Merrill Lynch may beef up its real estate investment banking team in an effort to boost its resources by By Bridget Carter The Australian 11 57am December 17 Waislitz gets 34m elite backing Billionaire s new fund wins support from corporate heavyweights by Damon Kitney The Australian 2 23am December 16 PE action is in distressed Australian assets While Oaktree and Apollo pursue Australia s distressed debt turnarounds Blackstone and KKR have shifted their buyout attention north to Asia leaving their Australian offices to focus on investment funds and real estate opportunities by Brett Cole 1 09pm December 12 Paul Costello quits Blackstone The former Future Fund chairman is departing the US private equity giant s Australia and New Zealand operations after two years by Brett Cole 9 18am December 11 Westfield taps sporting connection Soccer ties seen in Westfield s link with advisor Rothschild by Bridget Carter The Australian 1 13am December 05 Deutsche Bank names NZ chief Patrick O Rourke has succeeded Brett Shepherd as chief country officer of the German bank in New Zealand by Brett Cole 4 25pm December 02 Canberra faces crunch time on M A Joe Hockey and the coalition government need to prove to the world that Australia is still open for business according to bankers and lawyers by Brett Cole 4 24pm November 29 1 comment Edwards to run Lazard in

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  • Debt Capital Markets | Business Spectator
    Gaming and Racing Health and Pharmaceuticals HR Industrial relations Information Technology Infrastructure Insurance Manufacturing Media and Digital Resources and Energy Professional Services Property Retail Small Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Debt Capital Markets Mirabela Nickel secures 50 million loan A new loan from its noteholders will allow the struggling nickel miner to continue operating with discussions now centring on a US100 million equity offering by Brett Cole 2 07pm December 30 Roy Hill secures US700m loan Gina Rinehart s iron ore JV wins significant backing from US govt agency 9 21am December 20 UBS takes title as best bank Survey of corporates sees Swiss based group labelled Australia s best investment bank by Michael Bennet The Australian 2 26am December 20 Yancoal secures US250 loan Group reaches deal with major shareholder Yanzhou for long term facility 9 53am December 13 1 comment Aust auto group gets Swiss backing Wheel maker Carbon Revolution receives funding from Swiss giant Ronal by Damon Kitney The Australian 2 14am December 11 IPO fatigue claims first victim Fund managers have given the cold shoulder to the 510m float of BIS Industries raising the risk that other IPOs may also be shelved in coming weeks by Amanda Saunders 6 15pm November 27 Rank Group saves US 85m with refi The New Zealand packaging giant has tapped the cheap US debt market to save millions on interest payments by Amanda Saunders 1 35pm November 27 Debt deadline looms for PNG s stake in Oil Search The Papua New Guinea government needs to refinance 1 7bn in debt soon or relinquish its 14 6 per cent holding in Oil Search by Amanda Saunders 3 44pm November 25 SCA Property Group refinances 600 million of debt The property trust got better pricing and longer maturities for its loans by Brett Cole 12 21pm November 21 Rank Group reprices 2 3bn debt The privately owned group is tapping the liquid US market to refinance at significantly lower cost by Amanda Saunders 2 29pm November 15 1 comment NAB to issue 750 million convertible securities Securities will begin trading on the ASX next month after a book build by Brett Cole 9 18am November 12 1 comment NAB increases hybrid notes offer Sources say bank to cap second issue this year at 1 billion by Amanda Saunders 12 09pm November 11 Fortescue uses Credit Suisse to re price US4 95 billion term loan Deal cuts Fortescue s interest payments by US50 million a year by Brett Cole 9 58am November 11 NAB to launch 500m hybrid National Australia Bank is close to launching a hybrid issue to shore up its capital ratios ahead of Basel III by Amanda Saunders 12 30pm November 06 AMP launches capital raising Financial services group looking to raise 200m through new ASX listed securities 9 11am November

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  • Equity Capital Markets | Business Spectator
    Education Family Business Financial Services Food and Beverages Gaming and Racing Health and Pharmaceuticals HR Industrial relations Information Technology Infrastructure Insurance Manufacturing Media and Digital Resources and Energy Professional Services Property Retail Small Business SME Telecommunications The Ashes Tourism Transport and Logistics Video KGB TV China Spectator CEO Hub Leadership Lab Management Insights Young Leaders Knowledge Centre Adapt or Die Knowledge Hub Business Accelerators Webinars eBooks Menu Equity Capital Markets ASA to back Billabong deal Australian Shareholders Association sees private equity deal as best option by Blair Speedy The Australian 12 19am January 09 Billabong deal unfair Independent expert says private equity deal unfair to existing shareholders by Blair Speedy The Australian 12 59am January 08 Champ Ventures plans SG Fleet IPO in Q1 The private equity firm plans to sell its 42 per cent stake in the motor vehicle fleet management business in an IPO worth up to 500m by Brett Cole 3 01pm January 07 Valence gets IPO ball rolling Graphite miner enjoys solid first day of trading on the ASX by Sarah Jane Tasker The Australian 4 43am January 07 Deutsche Bank wins NAB ADR contract The German bank is beefing up its transaction banking services in an effort to win more business by Brett Cole 4 54pm January 06 Where Freelancer led others may follow The resounding success of Freelancer s debut as a listed entity has other players looking around for suitable tech assets to bring to market by Ben Shepherd 10 29am December 24 4 comments Chinese firm raises part of 125m IPO via ASX system Chinese owned U D Coal placed remaining shares in the IPO with investors via a traditional placement by Brett Cole 4 39pm December 23 Anchorage five cash in on Dick Smith float Christmas has come early for the five key players at the private equity firm that floated Dick Smith after just one year of ownership by Bridget Carter The Australian 9 57am December 23 2 comments iBuy shares rise on debut Shares in the e commerce company rose as much as 11 per cent in their ASX trading debut bucking a recent weak patch for IPOs by Brett Cole 4 50pm December 20 Bankers cool on MnA deal outlook for 2014 M A bankers say while boardrooms are more confident and balance sheets are in good shape there may be little improvement in the volume of deals next year by Brett Cole 11 48am December 20 1 comment UBS takes title as best bank Survey of corporates sees Swiss based group labelled Australia s best investment bank by Michael Bennet The Australian 2 26am December 20 Property market steadies REA Hot property market likely puts swift end to rout in REA Group shares by Darren Davidson The Australian 12 51am December 20 Cover More shares plunge 18 in early trade Shares in the travel insurer and medical assistance company fall sharply on ASX debut by Brett Cole 2 09pm December 19 CFS CBA ink 460m deal Property

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