Goldman Sachs may see more in Becton than a chunk of debt, while Discovery Metals finds more trouble.

Becton Property Group is tipped to be getting to know its new lender, Goldman Sachs, which is thought to have an eye on its retirement portfolio. Discovery Metals has bitten into another production problem at its flagship Botswana asset as Chinese private equity player Cathay Fortune lurks. Meanwhile, Commonwealth Bank’s tilt at Aussie Home Loans is raising fresh independence questions, Genworth Australia has picked up a familiar face as IPO hopes are rekindled and Ten Network’s Lachlan Murdoch is urging retail shareholders to get aboard the capital raising.

Becton Property Group, Goldman Sachs

The once formidable Becton Property Group is due to update the market on the state of its debt by the start of trading tomorrow after going into a trading halt on Friday.


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