The top transactions in Australia
An impressive privatisation sale of state ports, a successful state divestment of railway shares, an airport’s competitive euro-denominated bond debut, the country’s second-largest corporate loan refinancing and its biggest project finance package; some spectacular transactions were executed in Australia in 2013. ASIAMONEY reveals its winners for the year. Ben Power and Richard Morrow report.
NSW Ports consortium’s US$5.35 billion acquisition of Port Botany and Port Kembla
Advisers to acquirers: Lazard, UBS
Advisers to seller: Morgan Stanley
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) endured another tough year in 2013. Australia witnessed relatively little corporate takeover activity, which is the traditional scene of action and
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