Allens advises on successful $2.6bn bid for NSW LPI concession

Led by Jeremy Low
Government Infrastructure & Transport Private Capital Property & Development Technology & Outsourcing Technology, Media & Telecommunications

Allens has advised Australian Registry Investments (ARI) – a consortium led by Hastings Funds Management and First State Super – on its successful $2.6 billion bid to operate a 35-year concession of the land titling and registry operations of New South Wales Land and Property Information.

Led by Partners Jeremy Low (Corporate/M&A) and Gavin Smith (TMT), the deal follows a competitive tender process, and drew on a large team of experts across Allens' practice areas including Nicholas Adkins (Finance), Chris Blane (Consortium), Veronica Siow (Employment), Ted Hill/Robert Walker (Regulatory), Victoria Holthouse (Property), Charles Armitage (Tax) and Adrian Chek (Stamp Duty).

Allens legal team

Corporate/M&A: Jeremy Low (joint lead Partner), Anurag Verma (Senior Associate), James Nguyen (Associate), Kimberley Chikitch (Lawyer), Edward Copeman (Lawyer), Zachary Thompson (Law Graduate)
Technology: Gavin Smith (joint lead Partner), Phil O'Sullivan (Senior Associate), David Rountree (Senior Associate), Will Coote (Associate), Georgina Herring (Associate)
Finance: Nicholas Adkins (Partner), Sunny Jong (Associate)
Employment: Veronica Siow (Partner), Tarsha Gavin (Senior Associate)
Consortium: Chris Blane (Partner), Alistair Stolz (Lawyer)
Regulatory: Ted Hill (Partner), Robert Walker (Managing Associate)
Property: Victoria Holthouse (Partner), Chris Clark (Associate)
Tax/Stamp duty: Charles Armitage (Partner), Adrian Chek (Partner), Tom Tian (Senior Associate)


Notes for editors.

Allens is a commercial law firm working throughout Australia and Asia. Through its integrated alliance with Linklaters it provides clients access to 40 offices in 28 countries around the world.