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You are currently viewing Dentons' capabilities in Mergers and Acquisitions in Australia. To view capabilities in other regions please select below:
Deal-making involves a winning combination of technical skill, broad-based commercial intelligence, a strategic mindset, level-headedness and the stamina to drive your best interests. Whether you are a bidder or target at a domestic or international level, we apply this combination to closing the best possible deal for you.
In driving the deal, we are there with you keeping up the momentum, retaining the respect of your board, executives, management consultants, investment bankers and regulators, and remaining alert to the opportunities to further your position.
No matter which M&A activities you are considering, whether it be takeovers and schemes of arrangement, private treaty acquisitions and disposals, management buy-outs, spin-offs and demergers, parallel initial public offerings, trade sale processes or reverse takeovers, our experience covers them all.
From international and local clients buying into or selling out of their Asia Pacific interests to local clients buying into or selling out of overseas interests, rely on a team with far-reaching experience, including in the media, financial services, energy and resources, agricultural and manufacturing sectors, among others.
As a global service provider, we can verify the attractiveness of any deal by drawing on the market intelligence of our global mergers and acquisitions team. This store of global knowledge and its business connections brings you new possibilities and opportunities, and greater certainty at the negotiating table.
With an increasing number of transactions crossing country borders, be supported by your local team backed by the firepower of your global team to place you in a winning position.
Dentons ranked No. 4 overall in Law360’s 2015 Largest Practice Groups Report, the annual ranking of the largest 100 US firms by global partner head count. The Firm also ranked among the top 25 in 10 practice areas: bankruptcy, competition, environmental, insurance, intellectual property, labor and employment, mergers and acquisitions, product liability, real estate, and securities and white collar litigation.
PNG has introduced new merger control rules. PNG’s competition regulator, the Independent Consumer and Competition Commission (ICCC), must now be notified of a merger or acquisition, in advance, if certain thresholds are met.
This is a significant change to the former voluntary notification regime.
With a new year underway and relatively benign economic conditions prevailing (including low interest rates globally and lower US tax rates), cross border M&A is forecast to increase, driven by cashed up corporates out of China, the UK and the US. Similarly, Australian companies will be looking at revenue growth and some will look offshore, in particular to the US and the UK.
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