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LendLease Group is an integrated international property and infrastructure company. The Company consists of Lend Lease Corporation Limited and its controlled entities, including Lend Lease Trust. Its segments include Property Development, Infrastructure Development, Construction and Investment Management. It is engaged in designing, developing, constructing, funding, owning, co-investing in, operating and managing property and infrastructure assets. The Property Development business involves the development of inner and outer urban developments, apartments, commercial offices, retail centers, healthcare facilities and retirement villages. The Infrastructure Development business arranges, manages and invests in public private partnership projects. The Construction business involves project management, building and construction services. The Investment Management business involves property and infrastructure investment management, property management and asset management.
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Michael J. Ullmer
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Stephen B. McCann
Group Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Frank R. Krile
Interim Chief Financial Officer
Chief Executive Officer, Americas
Anthony P. Lombardo
Chief Executive Officer, Asia
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Australia's Lendlease Group said on Wednesday it will record a loss in fiscal year 2020 as delays and reduced productivity across segments due to COVID-19 restrictions dented its earnings, and added that it would not pay any dividends.
Australia's LendLease Group on Tuesday said it aimed to raise about A$1.15 billion ($741.64 million) to guard against market uncertainty brought about by the coronavirus outbreak, and withdrew all forecasts provided with its first-half results.
Australian construction firm Lendlease Group on Tuesday said it would raise up to A$1.15 billion ($741.29 million) to shore up its balance sheet and guard against market uncertainty stemming from the coronavirus crisis.
Australia's Lendlease Group said on Thursday it would sell its engineering business to Acciona Infrastructure Asia Pacific for A$180 million ($122 million), a year after announcing plans to offload the struggling unit.
Australian construction firm Lendlease Group on Thursday said it would sell its engineering business to Acciona Infrastructure Asia Pacific for A$180 million ($122 million).
* Shares rise on sale progress, positive outlook (Recasts, adds analyst and CEO quotes, share performance)
Australian construction firm Lendlease Group reported on Monday a 41.1% drop in annual profit, citing the underperformance of its engineering and services business.
LendLease Group <LLC.AX> lost out on a contract to build a football stadium in Sydney after the construction firm failed to meet the "government's expectations", the sports minister for the state of New South Wales (NSW) told Reuters on Friday.
Australia's LendLease Group <LLC.AX> on Thursday said it secured a contract with Alphabet Inc's <GOOGL.O> Google to develop $15 billion worth of residential and retail space in Silicon Valley, sending the builder's stock to a more than eight-month high.
Construction firm Lendlease Group on Thursday said it has secured a contract from Alphabet Inc's Google to jointly undertake development of properties worth $15 billion in California.
Shares of Lendlease Group jumped on Monday after a media report suggested it was a takeover target, but the construction firm said it had not received any "approach".
Australian construction firm Lendlease Group said on Monday it had not received any "approach", responding to a media report that suggested it was a takeover target.
Australian construction firm LendLease Group has appointed Morgan Stanley and local adviser Gresham to run the sale of its underperforming engineering and services business (E&S), two people aware of the matter told Reuters on Thursday.
Australian construction firm LendLease Group has appointed Morgan Stanley and local adviser Gresham to run the sale of its underperforming engineering and services business, two people familiar with the situation told Reuters on Thursday.
Australian construction firm LendLease Group reported on Monday a 96.3 percent drop in first-half profit, hurt by the underperformance of its local engineering and services businesses.
Australian construction firm LendLease Group on Monday reported a 96.3 percent drop in first-half profit, hurt by the continued underperformance of its local engineering and services businesses.
LendLease Group said on Friday it has made a provision of A$350 million ($254 million) after tax to account for further underperformance of its engineering and services business, sending its shares tumbling over 15 percent.
LendLease Group on Friday said it has made a provision of A$350 million ($254.00 million) after tax to account for further underperformance of its Engineering and Services business.
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