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The Brisbane office of Thomson Geer has advised Hong Kong based fund manager, Pacific Alliance Group, on the sale of leading WA beef producer, Harvey Beef, to Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest's Minderoo Group in a deal worth over A$40 million.

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Thomson Geer's Sydney M&A team have acted on a deal for Access Capital Advisers (ACA) that will see them merge infrastructure operations with Challenger Limited. The transaction is a fully scrip-based deal that will result in a A$4 billion infrastructure fund.

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Fourteen Thomson Geer partners have been recognised as leaders in their field in the Seventh Edition of Best Lawyers' Australia.

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On 31 March 2014 Thomsons Lawyers and Herbert Geer merged their legal practices to form Thomson Geer.

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Thomsons Lawyers is delighted to announce a merger with Herbert Geer. Under the merger the legal practice of Herbert Geer will become part of Thomsons and we will change our name to Thomson Geer.

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Thomsons have acted on a transaction in which the client sold its Hong Kong operating entity and Dubai subsidiary. The transaction involved a divestment by the client of its shares in the Hong Kong entity to the existing management of the Dubai business. The sale price was AED30,000,000 (approximately A$9m).

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Thomsons Lawyers' Brisbane office has advised global mining products supplier Austin Engineering Ltd (ASX:ANG) on a $190m debt and equity raising.

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Thomsons has acted for the Willunga Basin Water User Group joint venturers in respect of the sale of the Willunga Water Basin, which included the Christies Beach to McLaren Vale water pipeline and associated water infrastructure and the Willunga Basin Water Company (the company managing the pipeline and associated infrastructure).

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Thomsons has acted for Jobfit in the recent sale of an 80 per cent stake in its business to a Singapore investor, Fullerton Healthcare.

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Thomsons Lawyers' Brisbane corporate team has advised on the sale of Kilcoy Pastoral Company (KPC) to China's leading agribusiness operator, New Hope Group and other co-investors for an undisclosed sum.

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