The firm advised parties on both ends of the sale transactions
The investor is set to pick up a majority stake in a major healthcare organisation worth over $800m
Kiwi and Canadian investors buy as UK telecoms giant unloads units in Australasia
Several NZ firms - and a NZ lawyer now based in the States - have advised on the $785m takeover deal of a service station network owned by a US energy giant.
The Chapman Tripp and Bell Gully teams involved in a US$1bn Japanese investment say the deal went down smoothly – but that it also provided insights into some unique cultural differences