DataRoom AM: Patient Triguboff

Meriton Apartments is still courting interest from Chinese buyers, while global investment banks step in to advise QBE on the sale of a share of its LMI business.

Ever wonder what came of Harry Triguboff’s 2014 exit plan at Meriton Apartments? Well, it seems the rich lister still has plans to cash in his chips in the near term, but only if an increasingly hefty price tag is met.

Elsewhere, QBE ramps up plans for a sale of part of its LMI business, Pepperstone presses pause on a first quarter IPO and doubts are raised about the future of the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal.


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