Breakfast Deals

DataRoom AM: CBA spin-off?

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Commonwealth Bank mulls its options on its institutional equities business, while Challenger manages to work its way into the conversation on the battle for GE's local consumer lending business.

DataRoom AM: Meriton's growth plans

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Harry Triguboff looks to expand his property empire, while speculation that Shell might offload its remaining stake in Woodside continues to circulate.

DataRoom AM: United Petroleum's apt timing

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United Petroleum is courting Asian investors ahead of a well-timed IPO, while KKR is said to be sniffing around energy companies in the Cooper Basin region.

DataRoom AM: ANZ clear-out

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ANZ is reportedly negotiating the sale of two investor platforms, while BHP Billiton is searching for bargains in the hard-hit oil sector.

DataRoom AM: NAB's action plan

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National Australia Bank is reportedly considering auctioning off MLC’s life insurance division, while a Canadian pension fund joins the race for Crown Castle Australia.

DataRoom AM: Westfield wanderer

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Westfield is said to be eyeing a New York listing, while Morgan Stanley Real Estate prepares to open up Investa's books to potential buyers.

DataRoom AM: Macquarie on the prowl

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Macquarie Group is tipped to join the battle for ANZ’s Esanda assets, while insurance firm Youi emerges as an IPO contender.

DataRoom AM: Treasury Wine temptation

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Rumours are swirling that KKR is weighing another swoop on Treasury Wine Estates, while Macquarie Group's purchase of a $1.5bn loan book from ING Direct moves forward.

DataRoom AM: AMP’s mobile call

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AMP is showing interest in mobile phone tower operator Crown Castle, while Caltex is on the prowl for energy assets.

DataRoom AM: Esanda auction

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ANZ Bank is pursuing plans to offload part of its Esanda financing portfolio, while stockbroker Wilson HTM is set to confirm a sell-down of its assets.

DataRoom AM: Property plays

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Property deals heat up ahead of the sale of Morgan Stanley’s Investa platform, while QBE’s plans to float its lenders mortgage insurance business runs into trouble.

DataRoom AM: Tailgating Toll

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The Toll takeover has sparked hopes of more big M&A deals to come, while Morgan Stanley has officially declared that Investa Property Group is up for sale.

DataRoom AM: Toll takeover

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Japan Post has lobbed a takeover bid for Toll, while a sale of Santos' Gladstone pipeline is likely to be on the cards.

DataRoom AM: Bradken unease

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A number of opportunistic PE firms are eyeing up Bradken's US operations, while mobile tower operator Crown Castle Australia is reportedly headed for the auction block.

DataRoom AM: Ten toughs it out

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Improved ratings have Ten reconsidering ongoing sale negotiations, while Seven West Media could be facing a $1bn writedown.

DataRoom AM: Rio resistance

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Rio Tinto slams the door on any hopes of a Glencore takeover, while ANZ drives ahead with the sale of its vehicle financing group Esanda.

DataRoom AM: Investa decision time

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A resolution on the sale of Investa Property Group appears imminent, while Westpac mulls a play for one of the nation's largest mortgage brokers.

DataRoom AM: EnergyAustralia split?

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EnergyAustralia's owner may ditch plans to list the utility in favour of an asset sell-off, while Pepper Group moves one step closer to its float.

DataRoom AM: Fine-tuning Ten

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The hunt for Ten heats up, while Netflix is also in discussions with the broadcaster.

DataRoom AM: Betting on Fortescue

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A US funds management giant takes a stake in Fortescue, while events in Mongolia take an interesting turn for Rio Tinto.

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