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Deleveraging to control
New innovative structures are being utilised to delever distressed Australian companies in order to control transactions.
Australia
20 Dec 2017
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A concerted leg up for companies and their advisers selling shares through bookbuilds
The ACCC published Interim Guidelines which are designed to assist companies determine what concerted practices are.
Australia
14 Dec 2017
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No green light for establishing causation in shareholder claims
While shareholders only need to establish indirect market causation, there are still obstacles for establishing claims.
Australia
18 May 2016
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A fine balance: investor engagement vs. acquisition of control: new ASIC regulatory guide
Investors concerned about corporate governance have a new ASIC regulatory guide to clarify what conduct is unacceptable.
Australia
30 Jul 2015
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When is a blocking stake not a blocking stake in a merger?
This successful scheme showed why communication with shareholders should be an integral part of any takeover strategy.
Australia
30 Jul 2015
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There is a right way and a wrong way to handle shareholder disputes
However, part 5.3A of the Corporations Act is not the appropriate mechanism to be used to resolve shareholder disputes.
Australia
30 Jul 2015
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Shareholder activism in Australia: whatís behind all the noise?
Companies should maintain and develop shareholder relations, but also plan for the possibility of an activist attack.
Australia
25 Mar 2015
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What can (and canít) you say during a corporate dispute?
Corporate disputes may get intense, but are rarely personal attacks, unless shareholders' funds are involved.
Australia
25 Mar 2015
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Director share trading: it's about the optics, too
In the wake of the David Jones share trading "incident", ASX has revised its Guidance Note on company trading policies.
Australia
26 Feb 2015
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Company general meetings: farewell to the 100 shareholder rule
The Government will abolish the 100 shareholder rule, but will still allow meetings requisitioned by 5% of shareholders.
Australia
17 Nov 2014
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A new twist on beneficial ownership disclosure
A clear message from this case may be that being offshore doesn't give you practical immunity from the Corporations Act.
Australia
24 Apr 2014
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Shareholders agreements and constitution: consistency despite the inconsistency clause
The shareholders' agreement should be read together with the constitution, so as to be consistent with it.
Australia
24 Mar 2014
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2014: the year of the shareholder activist? Part 2
Boards which are faced with shareholder activism could feel considerable pressure to engage with the activists.
Australia
23 Feb 2014
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2014: the year of the shareholder activist?
The issue of shareholder activism is now squarely on the agenda for Australian business.
Australia
11 Feb 2014
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Court won't be dragged kicking and screaming into creative uses of "drag-along" rights
Drag-along provisions are not a mechanism for a shareholder to procure another shareholder's exit from the joint venture.
Australia
26 Nov 2013
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Directors' duties: High Court upholds Fortescue Appeal
The High Court found that there was no breach of directors' duties, but was careful to limit the scope of the judgment.
Australia
3 Oct 2012
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Shareholders to get a binding say on current year executive pay?
The UK proposals seek to give shareholders a binding vote on executive remuneration for the current financial year.
Australia
22 Jul 2012
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