Gilbert + Tobin has advised APM Human Services International Limited, Australia’s largest provider of Disability Employment Services, on its successful $972m IPO and listing on the ASX.
APM was founded by Megan Wynne in 1994, and now operates in 10 countries offering a broad range of services focussed on enhancing an individual’s employability, health & wellbeing, and social and economic participation in the community. The IPO gives APM an enterprise value of approx. $3.3 billion, making it one of the largest ASX listings of a Western Australian-headquartered company.
The G+T team was led by Corporate Advisory Partners Peter Cook, David Josselsohn and Alastair Corrigall with lawyers Mary Brady, Edward Davidson, Ginia Kouznetsova, Matthew Mewing and graduate India Monaghan.
David said “We are delighted to have assisted our long-time client APM on this significant milestone . It is a testament to the strength of the business which is committed to enabling better lives, the dedication of the APM management team and employees and the support of Madison Dearborn Partners. It has been a privilege to be part of the APM journey and we look forward to watching APM continue to grow and succeed as an ASX listed company.”
Gilbert + Tobin’s market-leading Corporate Advisory team, which includes leading capital markets lawyers, has advised the issuers on the recent IPOs of SiteMinder, Vulcan Steel Limited Rubicon Water, Pepper Money (one of the largest IPOs of 2021), Peter Warren Automotive Group, Adore Beauty, Universal Store, Australian Clinical Labs, CleanSpace, Doctor Care Anywhere and Cashrewards. Gilbert + Tobin is ranked Band 1 in ECM by Chambers Asia Pacific, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific and IFLR1000 and has advised on more ECM matters than any other firm in the last six years.