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DataRoom AM: Offloading Investa

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Morgan Stanley looks to divest its Investa property platform, while education firms scramble to pick up assets from crisis-hit Vocation.

DataRoom AM: Port of Melbourne push

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The Victorian government has outlined its plans for Port of Melbourne's sale, while a takeover bid for mining engineering firm Bradken is on shaky ground.

DataRoom AM: Patient Triguboff

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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.

DataRoom AM: IPO pot luck

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The IPO pipeline is filling up with several large floats planned for 2015, as Australia’s first medical marijuana stock debuted on the ASX.

DataRoom AM: ANZ's Esanda exit

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ANZ Bank looks to offload its Esanda car financing operation, while suitors circle Carter Holt Harvey Building Supplies.

DataRoom AM: Ten’s takers

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The auction process for Ten Network resumes this week, while the ACCC takes a close look at the proposed Fairfax Media and Macquarie Radio Network tie-up.

DataRoom AM: Leighton hangs tough

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Leighton refuses to give up hope on a deal for its properties division, while a fall in copper prices lowers expectations Glencore will launch a fresh bid for Rio Tinto.

DataRoom AM: MYOB leads the IPO charge

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Accounting software group MYOB could soon hit ASX boards, while car leasing group FleetPartners is also eyeing a first-half listing.

DataRoom AM: Santos' pipeline pressure

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The oil price slide sees Santos mulling the divestment of a multi-billion dollar pipeline, while the auction process for Investa Property Group kicks off.

DataRoom AM: Leighton lightens the load

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Leighton reportedly puts another subsidiary on the auction block, while the sale of GE Capital’s local consumer lending business nears completion.

DataRoom AM: Bradken bides time

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The industrial parts maker’s board is still mulling a private equity bid, while Skilled Group and Ten Network are taking their time on takeover responses.

DataRoom AM: NAB’s UK exit sign

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The resignation of Clydesdale Bank’s boss is a sign NAB is closer to exiting the UK, while a snap election in Queensland is set to hasten the sale of the state’s power assets.

DataRoom AM: Ten tunes out

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Ten Network's management is taking a break from its program of assessing takeover bids, while workforce provider Skilled is still weighing the merits of a $600m-plus offer from rival Programmed Group.

DataRoom AM: Rio’s buyback

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A $5 billion buyback program could be announced by the iron ore miner soon to provide larger capital returns to shareholders.

DataRoom AM: Fairfax’s radio talk

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The media group is said to be close to finalising several deals, including merging its radio stations with Macquarie, while the NSW government is set to unplug its power assets.

DataRoom AM: Leighton’s Apollo surprise

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Leighton strikes a joint venture with private equity giant Apollo, while Boral may be readying to offload its Australian building products division.

DataRoom AM: Macquarie’s mega pitch

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A Macquarie-led consortium has reportedly lodged a large bid for GE Capital’s consumer lending business, while Leighton’s services division may be sold by the end of the week.

DataRoom AM: Woodside powers up

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Woodside strikes a deal to buy oil and gas assets from Apache Energy, while bankers prepare for the sale of Santos’ Queensland gas pipeline.

DataRoom AM: Recall review

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US-based Iron Mountain lobs an opportunistic bid at data management firm Recall, while Asciano is reportedly looking to offload some of its freight rail assets.

DataRoom AM: Confident Leighton

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Leighton Holdings’ $1bn sale of its John Holland business to China Communications edges closer, while NAB looks to offload its UK commercial real estate loan book.

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