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LONDON (Reuters) - British fashion group New Look is to exit China and will close its remaining 120 stores there by the end of the year, it said on Thursday. New Look, which is owned by South African investment firm Brait (BATJ.J), trades as New Look Commerce (Shanghai) Co. Limited in China. It said the company’s Shanghai head office will close in the new year. The decision to exit China is part of a review of New Look’s international strategy, which is continuing. In March New Look staved off a potential collapse into administration when British creditors and landlords backed a restructuring plan enabling it to close 60 UK stores.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Private equity giant Blackstone Group (BX.N) has quit lsu tiger's eye cufflinks and tie bar gift set a takeover battle for Australian office-block owner Investa Office Fund IOF.AX after it was gazumped by Canadian landlord Oxford Properties Group’s A$3.35 billion ($2.4 billion) bid, Blackstone told Investa it would not match the offer, Investa said on Thursday, all but handing the sought-after target to Oxford as office rents boom, especially in Sydney where Investa’s 20 towers are concentrated, With Investa’s board now recommending the Oxford buyout, notwithstanding a better offer, it also ends a takeover battle running since the Canadian firm emerged as 11th-hour contender last month..
“There’s only the formalities to go through. I think that’s as high as it’ll go,” said Winston Sammut, managing director of property investor Folkestone Maxim Asset Management. “The question really now is what does Blackstone do given that it’s got some cash available.”. A Blackstone spokeswoman declined to comment, as did a spokeswoman for Oxford Properties Group. “This is an excellent opportunity for IOF unitholders to crystallize their investment in IOF at an attractive and certain price,” IOF Fund Manager Penny Ransom said in a statement.
The transaction, which requires shareholder and regulatory approvals, comes as tight supply in downtown office markets is driving a slew of deals in a sector that is defying softening home prices in Australia, British-based consultant BIS Oxford Economics, unrelated to the bidder, forecasts vacancy rates for Sydney offices to hit an all-time low of 3 percent by the end of 2019 and office rents to rise 56 percent over the next five years, “Some people think this is over, but it’s not,” Frank Gelber, economist and a director at BIS said by phone, “We reckon this cycle’s got another four to five lsu tiger's eye cufflinks and tie bar gift set years to run.”..
In other deals, Miami-based Starwood Capital has three times raised its offer for Melbourne-based landlord Australian Unity Office Fund (AOF.AX) to A$480.4 million. Industrial and office landlord Propertylink Group (PLG.AX) on Tuesday dropped its A$755 million bid for peer Centuria Industrial REIT (CIP.AX) while it mulls a A$732 million takeover offer from Warburg Pincus [WP.UL] controlled ESR Real Estate. Investa, which first drew interest from Blackstone in April, and a A$3.08 million bid in May, is regarded a particularly valuable because it is the largest office owner not diversified into the weaker-performing residential or industrial sectors.
Before Oxford emerged as a spoiler two days before shareholders were set to vote on Blackstone’s buyout, the lsu tiger's eye cufflinks and tie bar gift set private equity giant had already lifted its bid once, It raised it three times before Oxford beat it out by A$48 million, Investa shares closed 0.36 percent lower, in a flat market, at A$5.55, just below the Oxford offer price of A$5.60, Oxford’s offer will be voted on by shareholders at a meeting to be scheduled in December, Investa must also pay a break fee of about A$32 million to Blackstone..
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Spain’s Santander (SAN.MC) is the latest bank to be caught up in Germany’s biggest post-war fraud investigation involving a share-trading scheme that the authorities say cost taxpayers billions of euros. In June, prosecutors in Cologne opened a tax investigation into Santander, confidential documents relating to a state prosecutors’ investigation seen by Reuters and other European news organizations reveal for the first time. Santander’s role in the scheme was to carry out trades, the prosecutors say, as one of many parties involved. They are also looking at Australia’s Macquarie Bank (MQG.AX) and Germany’s Deutsche Bank, (DBKGn.DE) as part of the broader investigation.
A letter from prosecutors to Santander’s lawyers sent on June 4 shows that they suspect the bank of having “planned and executed trades” that facilitated “severe tax evasion” from 2007 through 2011, A Santander spokesman said that the bank was “fully cooperating” with German authorities and conducting its own internal investigation, The bank “doesn’t tolerate behavior” that fails to comply with the rules and laws in the market where it operates, he said, adding “if our lsu tiger's eye cufflinks and tie bar gift set investigations do identify misconduct, we will take appropriate action.”..
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