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|Sydney Airport has finally agreed to a takeover offer by a consortium led by IFM Investors. The consortium, otherwise known as Sydney Aviation Alliance and including IFM Investors, Global Infrastructure Management, QSuper and AustralianSuper has offered ...|
|... develop the site into a four-level ramp up, logistics, e-commerce and last-mile logistics hub that connects to Sydney Airport. The project is due to complete in December 2021 and is estimated to be worth over $2 billion. AustralianSuper head of property ...|
|The consortium of investors, led by IFM, bidding for Sydney Airport has had its first win. After a series of rejected bids, Sydney Airport announced to the ASX that it is considering the consortium's (Sydney Aviation Alliance) latest bid of $8.75 cash ...|
|Sydney Airport has again rejected a takeover bid, with AustralianSuper now joining the consortium attempting to buy the airport. Sydney Airport today announced to the ASX that it has received a revised and non-binding proposal and concluded that it ...|
|The IFM Investors bid to purchase Sydney Airport for $8.25 a share has been rejected. A consortium comprising IFM, QSuper and Global Infrastructure Management made the offer to Sydney Airport on July 5, with Barrenjoey and UBS advising. After an assessment ...|
|... consortium made up of QSuper, IFM Investors and Global Infrastructure Management has announced a takeover bid for Sydney Airport. The unsolicited, indicative, conditional and non-binding proposal is offering $8.25 per share which equates to a 42% premium ...|
|... manager Charles Hamieh said. The top five stock holdings are Atlas Arteria, Exelon Corp, Clearway Energy, SSE and Sydney Airport. The $403 million hedged version of the fund has returned around 14% per annum in the 12 months to May 31. The recently unhedged ...|
|... which cancelled its dividend for the first time on record in order to bolster its capital reserves, as well as Sydney Airport and Aristocrat Leisure. Janus Henderson head of Australia Matt Gaden said: "In 2021, Q1 will still be affected by reductions ...|
|... from the impacts of COVID-19 and ANZ will remain committed to that cause. O'Sullivan is currently chair of Western Sydney Airport and Optus and a director of Coca Cola Amatil. He was chief executive of Optus between 2004 and 2012.|
|... trend, Wilsons said, with COVID-19 disruption now believed to last longer than initially thought. It pointed to Sydney Airport and News Corp as two companies with strategies which now impact the medium-term. Similarly to what investors have witnessed ...|
New research has found global flows to socially responsible investment (SRI) equities ETFs almost doubled between 2020 and 2021.
A Financial Standard Power50 financial adviser and practice owner has sold his firm to Tribeca Financial.
Raiz Invest has announced a strategic investment by Seven West Media to accelerate growth of its business.
AMP is forging ahead with its planned demerger that is due to take effect in the first half of 2022.
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