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    ACCC gives conditional green light to AHG takeover

    ACCC gives conditional green light to AHG takeover

    25 Jul 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    The competition watchdog has accepted AP Eagers' proposed takeover of rival car dealer Automotive Holdings Group, on the condition AP Eagers sells its dealerships in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley region. ...

    AP Eagers puts forth $54m deal amid ACCC concerns

    AP Eagers puts forth $54m deal amid ACCC concerns

    05 Jul 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    AP Eagers has offered to sell dealerships in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley region, as it aims to assuage the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s issues with its proposed acquisition of rival Automotive Holdings Group. ...

    Asic challenges Forrest's Poseidon deal

    Asic challenges Forrest's Poseidon deal

    13 Sep 2018 by Mark Beyer

    The corporate regulator has objected to an underwriting deal under which Andrew Forrest’s Squadron Resources could end up with as much as 61 per cent of Poseidon Nickel. ...

    Halom takes MMA to panel

    Halom takes MMA to panel

    17 Nov 2017 by Mark Beyer

    Halom Investments has asked the Takeovers Panel to revise MMA Offshore’s planned $97 million capital raising, claiming the deal is designed to entrench the control held by the incumbent board. ...

    ACCC concerned about South32 coal assets deal

    ACCC concerned about South32 coal assets deal

    23 Feb 2017 by Fraser Beattie

    The competition watchdog has raised concerns over South32’s proposed $US200 million acquisition of Peabody Energy Corporation’s Metropolitan Colliery in NSW, on the grounds that it may lessen competition in the region. ...

    ASX queries Padbury's $106m raising plans

    ASX queries Padbury's $106m raising plans

    11 Jan 2017 by Fraser Beattie

    Padbury Mining has again attracted regulatory attention, with the company acknowledging it should have notified the ASX when it negotiated potential capital raisings worth $106 million with a Hong Kong-based investor last year. ...

    New ASX listing rules chiselled in

    New ASX listing rules chiselled in

    02 Nov 2016 by Fraser Beattie

    The Australian Securities Exchange has softened the changes to its listing requirements for companies wishing to trade on the stock market, with the new rules to take effect from next month. ...

    ACCC knocks back Covs Parts sale

    ACCC knocks back Covs Parts sale

    17 Dec 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    The consumer watchdog has decided not to approve GPC Asia Pacific’s proposed $43 million acquisition of Automotive Holdings Group’s Covs Parts business on the grounds that it would substantially lessen competition. ...

    ACCC questions Halliburton move

    ACCC questions Halliburton move

    23 Oct 2015 by Mark Beyer

    Australia’s competition watchdog believes the planned global merger of oilfield services companies Halliburton and Baker Hughes could give the combined group, and current market leader Schlumberger, too much power. ...

    Asic blocks Nuheara acquisition

    Asic blocks Nuheara acquisition

    20 Oct 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    A proposed acquisition of tech entrepreneur Justin Miller’s company, Nuheara, by Wild Acre Metals has hit a major roadblock after concerns were raised by the corporate watchdog. ...

    ASIC reviewing disclosure rules

    ASIC reviewing disclosure rules

    21 Aug 2015 by Mark Beyer

    The corporate watchdog is considering an update to its disclosure policy for prospectuses, one week after uncertainty over the policy contributed to the collapse of a high-profile backdoor listing deal. ...

    ACCC clears Woodside's Apache deal

    ACCC clears Woodside's Apache deal

    05 Mar 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    The consumer watchdog has given the green light to Woodside Petroleum’s proposed purchase of oil and gas assets from US energy company Apache, after concluding it would not have a significant effect on the domestic gas market. ...

    ACCC probes Woodside’s Apache deal

    ACCC probes Woodside’s Apache deal

    14 Jan 2015 by Mark Beyer

    The consumer watchdog is probing Woodside Petroleum's $US2.75 billion purchase of oil and gas assets from US energy company Apache, over concerns the deal could affect the supply of wholesale gas in the Western Australian market and lead to higher gas pric ...

    ACCC clears Coles to buy IGA stores

    ACCC clears Coles to buy IGA stores

    18 Sep 2014 by Fraser Beattie

    Wesfarmers-owned Coles has received approval from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for its proposed acquisition of three Metcash-owned Progressive Supa IGA supermarkets, but is yet to make a decision on the fourth. ...

    ACCC concerned about IGA sale

    ACCC concerned about IGA sale

    10 Jul 2014 by Fraser Beattie

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has raised concerns about the sale of four Western Australian Supa IGA stores to the Wesfarmers-owned Coles. ...

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