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Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

2017-09-25 reuters
Sept 25 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1400 GMT on Monday: (61-1)

Kiwi dairy confirms bid for Murray

2017-09-25 perthnow.com.au
NEW Zealand dairy titan ­Fonterra has confirmed it has made a bid for Australia’s ­biggest dairy processor, Murray Goulburn Co-operative. (1-0)

Australia's Pepper Group says KKR ups takeover offer

2017-09-25 reuters
(Reuters) - Australian non-bank lender Pepper Group (PEP.AX) said on Monday U.S. private equity giant KKR (KKR.N) had offered to pay a special dividend of 10 cents on top of its previous A$3.60 per share takeover offer.

Private equity giant KKR's bet on Aussie housing market goes each way

2017-08-10 theage.com.au
Did private equity giant KKR just go long Australian housing, betting home prices will continue to rise? Not quite.

Private equity giant KKR's bet on Aussie housing market goes each way

2017-08-10 smh.com.au
Did private equity giant KKR just go long Australian housing, betting home prices will continue to rise? Not quite.

Australia's Pepper Group accepts KKR takeover offer

2017-08-10 reuters
SYDNEY, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Australian non-bank lender Pepper Group agreed on Thursday to a A$657 million ($518 million) takeover from U.S. private equity giant KKR.

Pepper Group accepts $657 million KKR takeover offer

2017-08-10 theage.com.au
Non-bank lender Pepper Group has agreed to a $657 million takeover from US private equity giant KKR.

Pepper Group accepts $657 million KKR takeover offer

2017-08-10 smh.com.au
Non-bank lender Pepper Group has agreed to a $657 million takeover from US private equity giant KKR.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

2017-07-05 reuters
(Adds Tomorrow Holdings, Felda Global Ventures, Holland & Barrett, Halliburton, Petronas Dagangan ; Updates Haldex, Lufthansa, Worldpay Group, Vocus Group)

Markets Live: Flight Centre takes off

2017-07-05 theage.com.au
Shares lose some of yesterday's outsized gains as geopolitical risk raises its ugly head again, but miners prevent bigger losses.

KKR bids $650 million for home loan provider Pepper Group

2017-07-05 theage.com.au
Home loan provider Pepper Group has received a $650 million takeover bid from private equity giant KKR, which could result in a $195 million payday for chairman Seumas Dawes if a deal goes ahead.

Markets Live: Flight Centre takes off

2017-07-05 smh.com.au
Shares lose some of yesterday's outsized gains as geopolitical risk raises its ugly head again, but miners prevent bigger losses.

KKR bids $650 million for home loan provider Pepper Group

2017-07-05 smh.com.au
Home loan provider Pepper Group has received a $650 million takeover bid from private equity giant KKR, which could result in a $195 million payday for chairman Seumas Dawes if a deal goes ahead.

Domain enters mortgage broking game with Lendi

2017-06-28 theage.com.au
Fairfax Media's Domain is entering the mortgage broking business in a joint venture with online broker Lendi, a Sydney-based start-up with access to dozens of banks.

Domain enters mortgage broking game with Lendi

2017-06-28 smh.com.au
Fairfax Media's Domain is entering the mortgage broking business in a joint venture with online broker Lendi, a Sydney-based start-up with access to dozens of banks.

APRA crackdown is good news for some lenders

2017-06-16 smh.com.au
The Law of Unintended Consequences does not sleep. The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority's crackdown on real estate lending by the banks it regulates is driving business to the financiers it does not regulate.

APRA crackdown is good news for some lenders

2017-06-16 theage.com.au
The Law of Unintended Consequences does not sleep. The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority's crackdown on real estate lending by the banks it regulates is driving business to the financiers it does not regulate.

WA skipper backs headcounts despite death

2017-06-08 smh.com.au
The skipper of a charter vessel from which a corporate guest is believed to have fallen off and drowned insists the headcounts he did were accurate despite returning to shore without the missing man.

ASIC joins APRA in interest-only home loan crackdown

2017-04-03 theage.com.au
The corporate watchdog has joined the banking regulator in cracking down on interest-only home loans, announcing targeted surveillance of lenders and mortgage brokers who are inappropriately spruiking the loans.

ASIC joins APRA in interest-only home loan crackdown

2017-04-03 smh.com.au
The corporate watchdog has joined the banking regulator in cracking down on interest-only home loans, announcing targeted surveillance of lenders and mortgage brokers who are inappropriately spruiking the loans.

Smaller banks taking a bigger chunk of the mortgage market: AFG

2017-01-26 theage.com.au
More Australians are turning to small and mid-tier banks to refinance their home loans amid tough competition and record low interest rates, data from the country's biggest mortgage broker shows.

Smaller banks taking a bigger chunk of the mortgage market: AFG

2017-01-26 smh.com.au
More Australians are turning to small and mid-tier banks to refinance their home loans amid tough competition and record low interest rates, data from the country's biggest mortgage broker shows.

Foreigners pile back into Australian property, reignite bubble fears

2016-11-25 theedgemarkets
SYDNEY (Nov 25): Australia's 'spring-selling' real estate season is seeing a defiant return of Chinese buyers, undaunted by lending restrictions aimed at curbing their interest in the country's sky-rocketing housing market.

Foreigners pile back into Australian property, reigniting bubble fears

2016-11-25 theage.com.au
Australia's 'spring-selling' real estate season has seen a defiant return of Chinese buyers, undaunted by lending restrictions aimed at curbing their interest in the country's sky-rocketing housing market.

Foreigners pile back into Australian property, reigniting bubble fears

2016-11-25 smh.com.au
Australia's 'spring-selling' real estate season has seen a defiant return of Chinese buyers, undaunted by lending restrictions aimed at curbing their interest in the country's sky-rocketing housing market.