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Thomson Geer has advised H&L Australia Pty Ltd on its acquisition by Canada’s Valsoft Corporation Inc. The Thomson Geer team consisted of Special Counsel, Annabel West, Associate, Isobel Maddern and Lawyer, Catharine Raymond. Thomson Geer provided strategic assistance to negotiate the risk profile of the share purchase agreement and assisted with the legal requirements to finalise […]

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Thomson Geer has advised private equity firm, Anacacia Capital on its investment in one of Australia’s largest independent infrastructure advisory and project management firms, Root Partnerships.  The Thomson Geer team was led by Partner, Dan Kramer. He was supported by Special Counsel, Jeremy Wilkin and Lucinda Girdlestone and Lawyer, Alain Nguyen. Anacacia Capital invests in listed […]

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Thomson Geer has advised the Kimberley Ports Authority on all aspects of the construction and long term concession leases and licences it has granted to Kimberley Marine Support Base Pty Ltd in relation to the landmark Kimberley Marine Support Base project in the Port of Broome. Our team was led by Partner, Paul Gribble. He was […]

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Thomson Geer has advised Club Super on its merger with Host-Plus. Club Super’s 22,000 members along with $600 million of Funds Under Management will be transferred to Host-Plus on 1 November 2019. The lead lawyers advising on the deal were Partner, Scott Charaneka and Lawyer, Lincoln Rodgers. Club Super is a Queensland-based hospitality industry fund […]

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Thomson Geer has advised independent power producer, ReNu Energy Limited (ASX:RNE) on the sale of its solar PV assets to CleanPeak Energy, a specialist distributed energy company, for $5.775 million.  The sale assets include ReNu Energy’s embedded network operations at four Shopping Centres Australasia (SCA) properties, the Amaroo School Solar Project (the ACT’s largest rooftop […]

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Congratulations to Adelaide Airport Ltd, together with its contractor, Watpac, and other consultants in achieving practical completion of Stage 1 of the Terminal Expansion (TEx) Project. The TEx Project is a $165 million dollar expansion of the total footprint of the existing terminal.  When completed, it will significantly improve the arrivals and departures experience for […]

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The depth of Thomson Geer’s national talent has been recognised, with Doyle’s Guide naming four of our lawyers Australian ‘Rising Stars’ for 2019. The title of ‘Rising Star’ is given to ‘Individuals practising in their respective areas in the Australian legal market who have been identified by clients and peers for their expertise and abilities […]

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Thomson Geer is advising leading renewable energy developer, CWP Renewables (CWP), on the property aspects of its $500 million Bango Wind Farm development – part of a portfolio of renewable energy investments owned by CWP. CWP has been developing the Bango Wind Farm project since the site was identified in 2008. Since that time, we […]

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We are proud to have worked with Sustainable Australia Fund on its expansion beyond Melbourne. The organisation, formerly Sustainable Melbourne Fund, has expanded beyond its original Melbourne base, with a $200 million funding commitment available through Bank Australia. Sustainable Australia Fund will now work with businesses across Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales to […]

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Thomson Geer Partner, Sanushka Seomangal, has been appointed to the Board of the Australia-India Council (AIC) for a five year term to January 2024. The role of the AIC is to advance Australia’s foreign and economic policy interests by building awareness and understanding between the people and institutions of Australia and India. The Australian Government […]

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