Australian firms will acquire offshore in 2011, says Dacron

A number of Australian blue chips will look to buy up business offshore next year, predicts Martin Dacron, head of Macquarie Securities Group Australia, in an interview with Asiamoney.com.

  • 16 Nov 2010
Offshore acquisition activity from Australian companies will be the flavour of 2011, says Martin Dacron, head of Macquarie Securities Group Australia, which was voted best domestic brokerage for Australia in this year’s Broker’s Poll.“The resources boom has been the story of the last twelve months”, believes ...

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