Our approach to M&A is, at every stage of a transaction, to maximise value for our clients.
Our M&A team’s expertise covers the full spectrum of M&A transactions, both in the public markets and by private treaty. We advise clients across a range of industries, including technology, consumer, healthcare, industrials, education, business and financial services, professional services, agribusiness, transport, media and telecommunications.
We are experienced in developing strategy, and work closely with our clients’ financial advisers, management and internal operations personnel to successfully execute the agreed strategy. Our practitioners have significant experience advising at board level and provide swift common sense resolutions to complex issues.
We primarily act for a middle market established client base of international and Australian clients in private treaty trade sales and acquisitions, both hostile and recommended public company takeover bids, public-to-private transactions, as well as joint venture arrangements and mergers.
Our expertise includes:
17 May 2023 - Knowledge
We share an overview of the key regulatory areas that have shifted so far and discuss how stakeholders can navigate legal due diligence when evaluating a potential target entity or business.
02 March 2022 - Knowledge
Despite many disruptions in 2021, Australia recorded one of its best years on record in overall M&A deal value and volume last year, particularly in the health, technology, financial services, infrastructure and energy and resources sectors. With numerous key trends still relevant in 2022, what can dealmakers expect to see in the M&A landscape this year?
25 August 2021 - Knowledge
With M&A completions moving virtually, we shortlist five key tips to help you sail through the final stages of your deal.
13 February 2020 - Knowledge
In our latest M&A Review, our national M&A team highlights some key issues and trends to look out for in 2020, plus a wrap up of key deals across a variety of industries.
26 July 2019 - In the News
A sale of Arnott's to investment powerhouse KKR could see a number of the much-loved biscuit maker's products discontinued in an effort to increase the company's value.