Company Overview of Lazard & Co Pty Ltd.
Lazard & Co Pty Ltd. is a boutique investment banking firm that provides financial advisory services. The firm provides strategic analysis, mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, capital raisings, debt structuring, corporate restructurings, public market takeovers, and valuation services. It was formerly known as Lazard Carnegie Wylie and changed its name on July 1, 2009. Lazard & Co Pty Ltd. was founded in 2000 and is based in Sydney, Australia. Lazard & Co Pty Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Lazard Ltd.
1 Macquarie Place
Sydney, NSW 2000
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for Lazard & Co Pty Ltd.
Chief Financial Officer and Secretary
Chairman of Investment Banking Business
Chairman of International Business
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Lazard & Co Pty Ltd. Key Developments
Update On Strategic Review Of Santos
Nov 2 15
Santos Ltd. (ASX:STO) is understood to be fielding a range of offers for various assets as it seeks divestments to cut debt. Santos executive chairman Peter Coates said there has been significant interest from both global and domestic buyers. "We are actually seeing strategic interest from parties for our assets, and at strong prices," Coates said. "We are seeing this interest from both global and domestic players in the energy space." Santos is giving little away on progress in the strategic review, where it is being advised by Deutsche Bank AG (DB:DBK) and Lazard & Co. Pty Ltd.
Santos Mulls Strategic Alternatives
Sep 2 15
Santos Limited (ASX:STO) and its advisers Deutsche Bank AG (BUSE:DEUTSCHEBANK) and Lazard & Co Pty Ltd. are moving promptly to assess them. Since advising of a strategic review on August 21, 2015, in a bid to restore shareholder value, tentative offers are believed to have been made for some assets.
Atlas Iron Considering Multiple Strategic Alternatives
Apr 7 15
Atlas Iron Limited (ASX:AGO) is considering multiple strategic alternatives. Atlas Iron is looking to sell assets as it launches an extensive review of its operations and finances following steep falls in the iron ore price. The junior iron ore producer said the review, which is expected to take two weeks, was prompted by an uncertain outlook as the price of the steel-making commodity fell below $47 per tonne at the weekend. "Atlas has already commenced discussions with a number of its stakeholders in relation to various initiatives intended to further reduce costs and preserve value," the company said in a statement on April 7, 2015. Financial adviser Lazard is assisting with the review.
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