David Landy is a partner in our Corporate Advisory / M&A group with over 20 years' experience.

His broad range of corporate law experience includes corporate and financial market regulation (including Corporations Act; ASX Listing Rules and ASX Settlement Rules); mergers and acquisitions (including asset sales, asset acquisitions, share sales and share acquisitions); capital management (share buy-backs and capital reductions); Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listings; capital raisings (prospectuses and due diligence); employee incentive plans (share plans, option plans and performance rights plans); Financial Services Reform; corporate governance (including directors duties) and general corporate and commercial advice.

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Corporate / M&A

Transport for NSW: advised on its A$19.8 million acquisition of Metro Transport Sydney Pty Ltd (2012).


London Stock Exchange: advised on its up to 463 million Euro acquisition of 60% interest in LCH.Clearnet (2012).


Genuine Parts Company:
 advised on its US$150 million 30% investment in the Exego Group (2011).


Pacific Equity Partners:
 advised on its investment in SCA Hygiene Australasia's operations (2011/12).


Origin Energy Limited:
 advised on its 500 million Euro (A$686 million) hybrid securities issue (2011).


Whitcoulls:
 advised the administrators on the sale of the Whitcoulls travel book business (2011).


Valemus:
 advised on its A$1.3 billion dual track initial public offering / ASX listing and trade sale (2010/11).


Noble Group:
 advised on its A$437.5 million sale of its Middlemount coal joint venture interest to Gloucester Coal (2010).


Kathmandu:
 advised on its A$340 million initial public offering and listing on ASX and NZX (2009).


Australian Discount Retail:
 advised the receivers and managers for a syndicate of banks on the sale of the Australian Discount Retail business (2009).


ASX listed companies:
 acting for ASX listed companies in relation to Listing Rules compliance, including corporate governance (such as Board charters), continuous disclosure, shareholder approvals and company constitution modifications.


See Corporate / M&A

Capital Markets and Securities

Transport for NSW: advised on its A$19.8 million Origin Energy Limited: advised on its 500 million Euro (A$686 million) hybrid securities issue (2011).


Valemus:
 advised on its A$1.3 billion dual track initial public offering / ASX listing and trade sale (2010/11).


Kathmandu:
 advised on its A$340 million initial public offering and listing on ASX and NZX (2009).

See Capital Markets and Securities

Corporate Governance

ASX listed companies: acting for ASX listed companies in relation to Listing Rules compliance, including corporate governance (such as Board charters), continuous disclosure, shareholder approvals and company constitution modifications.

See Corporate Governance

Capital Management

Origin Energy Limited: advised on its 500 million Euro (A$686 million) hybrid securities issue (2011).

 

Valemus: advised on its A$1.3 billion dual track initial public offering / ASX listing and trade sale (2010/11).


Kathmandu:
 advised on its A$340 million initial public offering and listing on ASX and NZX (2009).

See Capital Management

Mergers and Acquisitions

Transport for NSW: advised on its A$19.8 million acquisition of Metro Transport Sydney Pty Ltd (2012).


London Stock Exchange:
 advised on its up to 463 million Euro acquisition of 60% interest in LCH.Clearnet (2012).


Whitcoulls:
 advised the administrators on the sale of the Whitcoulls travel book business (2011).


Valemus:
 advised on its A$1.3 billion dual track initial public offering / ASX listing and trade sale (2010/11).


Noble Group:
 advised on its A$437.5 million sale of its Middlemount coal joint venture interest to Gloucester Coal (2010).


Australian Discount Retail:
 advised the receivers and managers for a syndicate of banks on the sale of the Australian Discount Retail business (2009).

See Mergers and Acquisitions

Governance and Compliance

ASX listed companies: acting for ASX listed companies in relation to Listing Rules compliance, including corporate governance (such as Board charters), continuous disclosure, shareholder approvals and company constitution modifications.

See Governance and Compliance

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