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|Australian private equity and venture capital firms' assets reached a record high of $18.4 billion (US$14bn), according to new research. The Alternative Assets in Asia-Pacific report compiled by Preqin saw a 20% jump in the total capital raised ...|
|... superannuation offering that it expects to launch later this year. On April 28, a consortium including Pacific Equity Partners and Carlyle Group withdrew their October 12 bid to acquire Link. Link is currently in the process of listing property settlement ...|
|... Previously, Link rejected takeover proposals from private equity firms including a consortium comprising Pacific Equity Partners and Carlyle Group as well as SS&C. The proposals were for 100% of Link Group however (including its stake in PEXA) but the ...|
|... that saw a shift to e-conveyancing. Link has rejected two offers by SS&C Technology Holdings, and the Pacific Equity Partners and Carlyle Group consortium, claiming that their offer price undervalued PEXA. Elsewhere, Link said it continues to work closely ...|
|... strong cash-flow conversion of this investment." Link has been the takeover target of a consortium, led by Pacific Equity Partners and Carlyle Group. Link rejected the consortium's bid late last year, partly because the offer price undervalued PEXA. ...|
|... to the SS&C proposal," Link said. On October 28, Link rejected the offer made by the consortium led by Pacific Equity Partners and Carlyle Group. The consortium had upped its bid from $5.20 per share to $5.40 via a scheme of arrangement, which Link also ...|
|A Nasdaq-listed firm has one-upped the Pacific Equity Partners and Carlyle Group consortium bid to acquire Link Group. SS&C Technology Holdings is offering $5.65 per share to acquire 100% of Link via a scheme of arrangement. Link shares closed at $4.96 ...|
|... rejected another offer made by the consortium which increased its bid to $5.40. The consortium led by Pacific Equity Partners and Carlyle Group increased its offer price on October 26. After careful consideration, Link rejected the offer two days later. ...|
|... internationally and created new opportunities in Money Market funds," he said. On October 23, the group and Pacific Equity Partners upped its bid price to acquire Link to $5.40 per share, 20 cents more than its previous offer. The consortium's previous ...|
|Link Group has concluded the takeover proposal led by Pacific Equity Partners and Carlyle Group materially undervalues the business. The consortium, led by the two private equity firms was offering $5.20 per share via a scheme of arrangement. Link said ...|
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Tomorrow Super is readying itself for a $5 million pre-IPO funding round, with the promise of a financial adviser friendly superannuation solution.
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Investment consultant firms from across the world with US$10 trillion in assets under advice have joined together to launch a global net zero initiative.
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Senator Jane Hume is warning consumers who fall victim to bad advice from finfluencers not to rely on the government for compensation.
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In its submission to the inquiry into common ownership, BlackRock point out the theory behind the inquiry is "based on fundamental misconceptions", adding that any possible reforms based on ideas still under debate would be premature.
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