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|... role. Iress paid $115 million in equity value for OneVue last year, after revising its offer in light of opposition from major OVH shareholder Thorney. Iress reported $14.5 million in net profit after tax for the three months ending September, compared ...|
|OneVue's founder and managing director Connie McKeage will leave the lead role but stay on as a consultant, alongside other executive departures as Iress's $115 million purchase is implemented. OneVue's chief financial officer Ashley Fenton ...|
|... means Waislitz's campaign -- which included a strongly-worded letter questioning independent expert's valuation that OVH board used - failed. As the biggest shareholder with over 19% of total OVH shares, Thorney companies will still make $22 ...|
|... board cited in endorsing Iress's 43 cents per share bid to acquire the company. His Thorney companies have 18.35% interest in OVH, have already voted against accepting the offer, and are asking other shareholders to vote it down too, as first flagged ...|
|... original offer. He will be still voting no at the October 9 meeting, and his Thorney listed investment companies bought more OVH shares yesterday, a spokesperson said. He is also expected to write to OVH shareholders this week, urging them to vote against ...|
|... 43 cents in a final offer. The new 43 cents per share is a 7.5% increase from IRESS's June 1 offer and comes ahead of OVH shareholders' vote next Friday, October 9. IRESS says it's its "best and final offer" but it still has the right to ...|
|... Walsh said. On June 1, Iress's June advanced a 40-cents-a-share offer to acquire 100% of OneVue. The offer was endorsed by OVH's board but labelled as being too low by one of its biggest shareholders, Alex Waislitz's Thorney Opportunities and ...|
|... directors were unanimously in favour of the offer, which is expected to go to a shareholder vote in September. However, one of OVH's largest shareholders, Alex Waislitz's Thorney funds, have called Iress's bid too low, and have continued to build their ...|
|... fund administration client at OneVue and will increase total items processed across the business by 25%, it said. "One of OVH's first clients was AUWCM. [Its] people and partnerships are very special to OVH and it is really nice to see the partnership ...|
|Billionaire investor and OneVue shareholder Alex Waislitz says IRESS's offer to acquire OVH for 40 cents a share is a far cry from the company's actual value. Waislitz's Thorney Opportunities and related companies started buying stock in ...|
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Senator Jane Hume is allowing candidates who have failed the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) exam twice to re-sit it in 2022.
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The industry fund has appointed a general manager of brand and marketing.
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The government has passed legislation that will see the establishment of an independent body that will review the effectiveness of both the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
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Westpac has decided to retain its New Zealand business after reviewing the feasibility of the 160-year-old division and the impact of increased capital requirements.
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