Gilbert + Tobin has advised Shaw and Partners Limited (Shaw and Partners) on the sale of 51 per cent of its shares to SIX Swiss Exchange-listed EFG International and associated shareholder arrangements.
Gilbert + Tobin has advised Talison Lithium Australia Pty Ltd (Talison) in a dispute with Global Advanced Metals Greenbushes Pty Ltd (GAM), with the two companies settling on a revised commercial arrangement for the operation of the Greenbushes mine, about 250km south of Perth.
Gilbert + Tobin has advised BrickX on the replacement of its third-party responsible entity and trustee with a licensed BrickX entity.
Gilbert + Tobin has advised GrainCorp Limited (GrainCorp) on the sale of its Australian Bulk Liquid Terminals business to ANZ Terminals Pty Ltd (ANZ Terminals) for an enterprise value of approximately $350 million. The deal was announced to the market yesterday. As part of the sale arrangements, Gilbert + Tobin also advised GrainCorp on a long-term storage agreement, which will take effect on the sale’s completion.
Gilbert + Tobin has been recognised for its commitment to gender equality for the fifth consecutive year with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) naming the firm among the list of best practice Australian employers.
Gilbert + Tobin has advised Pacific Equity Partners (PEP) and management shareholders on the sale of Australia’s largest end-to-end bakery supplier Allied Pinnacle to the Nisshin Seifun Group.
G+T has advised TPG on the acquisition of ASX-listed pets and vets company, Greencross Limited (Greencross), by way of a scheme of arrangement.
G+T is advising Shanghai Stock Exchange-listed Chengtun Mining Group Co. Ltd (Chengtun) in relation to the acquisition of Nzuri Copper Limited (Nzuri), by way of a scheme of arrangement between Nzuri and its shareholders, and on the provision of a loan to Nzuri.
Gilbert + Tobin has advised Dinimus Capital on the establishment of its third fund. The Fund, which has around 12 investors so far, focuses on providing short and medium term direct loans to small to medium-sized enterprises and mid-market corporate borrowers.
Gilbert + Tobin have acted as advisers to Commonwealth Bank of Australia and United Overseas Bank Limited, Sydney Branch as Mandated Lead Arrangers and Underwriters for the A$604 million debt facility in order to fund the acquisition of the Ixom Group by the Keppel Infrastructure Trust from Blackstone.
Gilbert + Tobin has been certified carbon neutral for FY2018 under the Commonwealth Government’s National Carbon Offset Standard (NCOS), becoming one of only two law firms in Australia to achieve the NCOS certification.
Gilbert + Tobin is delighted to have been recognised for its expertise across a number of areas of law by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific. Our teams have been ranked as Tier 1 across eight different practice areas including Corporate and M&A, IT and Telecoms, Competition and Trade, Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property, Capital Markets (Equity), Restructuring and Insolvency, and Banking and Finance. Overall, the firm is now ranked in a total of 16 out of the 22 classification areas.