Several NZ firms - and a NZ lawyer now based in the States - have advised on the $785m takeover deal of a service station network owned by a US energy giant.
Two firms confirm they will be making submissions in support of the removal of regulatory costs for Kiwi companies looking to dual list on the Australian Securities Exchange.
One business dedicated to fighting crime and another specialising in alternative milk look set to make the leap into the Australian Stock Exchange.
A major NZ firm is representing a billion-dollar US private equity business in its investment in a local company.
The first company to float on the New Zealand stock exchange this year has opted to proceed under old securities legislation.
A firmer proposed offer for the first float on NZX for 2015 is expected to be released in the next few days.