DEALS OF THE YEAR - Australia's best of 2007

The country broke new ground with a series of standout transactions last year, including its most costly takeover, largest debut listing in a decade and its biggest local currency convertible bond. ASIAMONEY outlines the most eye-catching deals of the year.

  • 01 Jun 2008

Best M&A

Wesfarmers A$16.9 billion (US$14.4 billion) acquisition of Coles Group

Adviser to Wesfarmers: Macquarie Bank;Gresham Partners

Adviser to Coles: Carnegie Wylie & Co.; Deutsche Bank

Before the credit crunch, private equity firms could drum up enough debt to outdo trade buyers in any deal. When Australia's second biggest retailer Coles Group announced ...

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