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PPB Advisory welcomes new partner - Adrian Renouf

05.FEB.2016

Leading advisory firm, PPB Advisory, is pleased to announce the appointment of Adrian Renouf, who has joined the firm’s Sydney office as Partner.

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Outstanding result for creditors of world’s most complex insolvency

23.DEC.2015

The liquidators of Lehman Brothers Australia have now secured an historic settlement with the failed investment bank’s US parent which will unlock more than half a billion dollars for creditors.

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PPB Advisory appoints new partner, John-Henry Eversgerd

01.DEC.2015

Leading advisory firm, PPB Advisory, has appointed John-Henry Eversgerd as partner in its valuation and dispute advisory practice in Sydney. His appointment underscores the firm’s ongoing growth and investment in its advisory practice.

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PPB Advisory appointed Administrators of Cockatoo Coal

17.NOV.2015

Grant Sparks, Stephen Longley and Martin Ford of PPB Advisory have been appointed Administrators of Cockatoo Coal Limited (ASX:COK) (‘Cockatoo’) and three subsidiaries Cockatiel Coal Pty Ltd, Baralaba Coal Pty Ltd and Wonbindi Coal Pty Ltd.

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Ian Carson receives La Trobe Distinguished Alumni Award

26.OCT.2015

PPB Advisory partner Ian Carson received La Trobe University’s Distinguished Alumni Award for his work with SecondBite. It is awarded to eminent La Trobe University alumni who have demonstrated significant accomplishments in their personal and professional life, or for service to their community, state or nation.

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PPB Advisory completes sale of Noske Logistics

13.OCT.2015

Mr David McEvoy and Craig Crosbie of PPB Advisory, as Administrators of Noske Logistics Pty Ltd and associated entities (‘The Group’), are pleased to advise the business and assets of the company have been successfully sold to Kelly Logistics Pty Ltd (‘Kelly Logistics’) as a going concern.

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Restructuring family owned businesses

06.OCT.2015

Small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are the foundation of the Australian economy and family-owned businesses - which comprise the majority of SMEs - make up 70 per cent of all Australian businesses.

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