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Mergers & Acquisitions

Russell Kennedy supports private businesses and individuals, private and public (ASX listed) corporations, government departments and not-for-profit organisations with navigating milestone commercial transactions including sales, mergers, acquisitions, capital raising and takeovers.


We’ve worked with clients from the retail, manufacturing, professional services, property, health, aged care, technology and transport and logistics sectors. M&A experts, we recognise that every major transaction is different and tailor our service offering to meet the specific requirements of each deal. 

Russell Kennedy supports our clients with tailored advice regarding pre-sale documentation and corporate restructuring, corporate governance and due diligence, foreign investment approvals, competition law, employment and consultancy agreements and more. 

We look to apply innovative technology to make the deal making and completion process more streamlined, collaborative and efficient for our clients.

Our strategic M&A advice is bolstered by specialist guidance from our dedicated workplace relations and employment, property, planning and environment, IT, intellectual property and banking and finance teams. 

Our respected Mergers and Acquisitions team was recognised as a leader in Australian M&A law by Acquisition International in 2016.

Below is a list of the team's recent deals that have been in the press:

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NEWS: RYCO Hydraulics and Manuli combine to create a new market leader

7 Feb 2020

Russell Kennedy has advised the major shareholder of hydraulics manufacturer RYCO Hydraulics Pty Ltd (RYCO) on the sale of its majority stake to Manuli Rubber Industries SpA (Manuli).


NEWS: Althea Group buys into Canada’s cannabis market

27 Dec 2019

Russell Kennedy has advised the founders of Peak Processing Solutions (Peak) on its sale to Australian medicinal cannabis company Althea Group Holding Limited (ASX:AGH) (Althea).

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“Large proprietary companies” to double in size

5 Jun 2019

The thresholds for determining whether a proprietary company is considered “large” will double from 1 July 2019, reducing the compliance burden of companies that no longer fit this category (including ...