After a 20-year career with Ernst & Young, Lui Giuliani has left the accounting group to establish a private equity firm with ex- KordaMentha executive Oren Zohar, Monadelphous chairman John Rubino, ex-Water Corporation chairman Tim Ungar and the director
A large gathering is expected on Friday to say a formal farewell to Perth stockbroker and former Olympic medalist Tim Willoughby, who died last week while flying home from a holiday in the US with his family.
Tucked away between Trinity and Carillon arcades in the underground walkway connecting St Georges Terrace with the city’s malls is a modest looking cafe-cum-lunch bar that packs a very healthy, tasty, punch.
Former Australian Securities and Investments Commission regional manager Jamie Ogilvie has taken up a role as non-executive director of Argent Minerals Ltd, which has lodged a prospectus to raise $5 million.
Tap Oil has been forced to temporarily suspend production at its Woollybutt Field after problems with emergency shut down equipment aboard the Four Vanguard Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel were discovered.
Wine pioneer Dr John Lagan was a hard-working wine enthusiast rather than a businessman, according to his son, Conor, who joined members of the wine industry, former patients and friends at a memorial service for his father last week.
An up-market wine bar planned for Leederville’s Oxford Street has been stopped in its tracks after the Town of Vincent rejected planning approval, leaving its developer nursing $30,000 in costs and considering taking the business to Melbourne or overseas.
Patersons Securities posted a record $1.26 billion dollars in capital raisings last year, up more than 50 per cent on the previous year and a result that has returned the Perth-based stockbroker to the top position for equity capital raisings during 2007.
The owners of the Onyx Bar in West Perth plan to spend about $1.2 million developing a chic restaurant and bar at the base of Exchange Plaza, after buying the lease to the site from well-known restaurateur Warren Mead.
John Langoulant’s role as the public face of Western Australian business for nearly four years is set to change in the new year when he takes on the role as chief executive at Kerry Stokes’ very private Australian Capital Equity Pty Ltd.
An empty espresso cup and a trail of cigarette smoke drifting in the mid-morning breeze is the first sign that West Perth restaurant Julio’s will remain Italian in nature and flavour, despite owners Aldo and Connie Dichiera having sold the business they f