Minter Ellison

Company description

Minter Ellison is an international law firm, headquartered in Australia and regarded as one of Asia-Pacific's premier law firms. The company also thinks beyond the law, offering clients advisers who are multi-disciplinary and industry-facing to help them realize their strategic goals, grasp business opportunities and create value for their stakeholders.

Specialties in competition and market regulation, construction, corporate, equity capital markets, finance, funds management, intellectual property, litigation and disputes, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, real estate, reconstruction, tax, technology.

Company details

Level 40, Governor Macquarie Tower, 1 Farrer Place Sydney 2000

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Company updates

  • July 28, 2021

    AMP Capital acquires 9.95% stake in Royal Adelaide Hospital

    AMP Capital has acquired an additional 9.95% in the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) on behalf of its Community Infrastructure Fund (CommIF) in Australia. The company's total interest in the facility is...

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  • May 24, 2021

    POSCO agrees to acquire 30% stake in Ravensthorpe Nickel Operation

    First Quantum Minerals has entered into a binding agreement to sell a 30% equity interest in the Ravensthorpe Nickel Operation in Western Australia to POSCO, a steel producer. The transaction is value...

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  • July 12, 2019

    MinterEllison appoints two non-legal Partners, launches new Infrastructure Consulting arm

    MinterEllison has appointed two new Partners from non-legal backgrounds as part of the firm’s continued investment in its consulting offerings – Donna Worthington (Risk and Regulatory) and...

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  • January 18, 2018

    Auckland International Airport Ltd to sell stake in North Queensland Airports

    Auckland International Airport Limited has announced its intention to offer its 24.6% stake in North Queensland Airports (NQA) for sale to existing investors for AUD370 million (US$294....

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  • June 06, 2016

    Australia´s competition watchdog to review IFM led bid for port of Melbourne lease

    According to sources, Australia's competition watchdog has said that it will review the IFM-led consortium proposal for the 50-year Port of Melbourne lease contract. The t...

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  • April 22, 2016

    Bidders revealed for Port of Melbourne lease

    The Government of Victoria launched the formal transaction process for the port lease contract in late March (as we reported), after the Parliament voted in favor to tender the port&n...

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  • March 28, 2016

    Victoria tenders Port of Melbourne lease

    The Victorian Government, Australia, has finally launched the formal transaction process for the 50-year Port of Melbourne lease contract. The Parliament voted in favor to tender t...

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  • March 16, 2016

    Port of Melbourne to be privatised after bill passes Parliament

    The Victorian Government, Australia, has finally voted in favor to tender the port of Melbourne after the bill for the 50-year lease contract was approved in Parliament with the 85% of the votes.

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  • February 25, 2016

    Victoria reaches agreement to lease Port of Melbourne for around A$6bn

    The Government aims to raise approximately A$6 billion (US$4.31 billion) from the sale of the port's lease. The Government plans to use the funds to remove 50 railway level crossings.

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