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Vocus Group Posts HY Underlying NPAT Of $45.4 Mln
Vocus Group Receives Indicative Proposal From MIRA
Vocus Group Announces Plans For IPO Of Vocus New Zealand
Vocus Group Ltd is an Australia-based fibre and network solutions provider. The Company owns a national infrastructure network of metro and back haul fibre, connecting capital cities and regional centers across Australia, New Zealand and into Asia. Its segments include Vocus Network Services, Retail and New Zealand. Vocus Network Services operates under the Vocus Communications brand and provides telecommunications products and services to the enterprise and wholesale businesses, and all levels of Government, in the Australian market. Retail segment provides telecommunications products and services including broadband, voice and mobile services, as well as energy products. New Zealand operates in various segments of the market, including Business, Government, Wholesale and Consumer. In Business, Government and Wholesale the division’s brand is Vocus Communications. The Consumer brands include Slingshot and Orcon.
L 10 452 Flinders Street
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Kevin Steven Russell
Chief Executive Officer, Group Managing Director, Executive Director
Group Chief Financial Officer
Antony De Jong
Chief Executive - Retail
Chief Executive - Enterprise and Government
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Australia's Vocus Group said on Tuesday Macquarie's funds has agreed to team up with pension fund Aware Super for the A$3.42 billion ($2.71 billion) takeover of the fibre network owner.
Australia's Vocus Group on Monday said Macquarie's funds had lodged a non-binding offer to acquire the fibre network owner for A$3.42 billion ($2.62 billion) and would open its book to the firm, sending its shares almost a fifth higher.
Australia's AGL Energy Ltd <AGL.AX> on Wednesday offered to buy local telecom firm Southern Phone Company in its second attempt this year to expand into the telco sector, aiming to cross-sell broadband and data to its large base of power and gas customers.
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Australian telecoms firms Vocus Group Ltd on Wednesday said it has divided its operations into three independent business units.
Australia's AGL Energy Ltd withdrew a proposal to buy Vocus Group on Monday, just days after it offered A$3.02 billion ($2.08 billion) for the telecoms firm, knocking Vocus shares down by a third.
Australia's AGL Energy Ltd said on Monday it would stop due diligence on Vocus Group just days after it offered A$3.02 billion ($2.08 billion) for the telecoms firm.
AGL Energy has no plans to break up its takeover target, telecoms firm Vocus Group Ltd, but instead will aim to grow the combined businesses, AGL Chief Executive Brett Redman said on Wednesday.
AGL Energy Ltd took a second tilt at telecoms firm Vocus Group Ltd on Tuesday with a fresh A$3.02 billion ($2.10 billion) offer - just weeks after withdrawing a previous approach - as it looks to cross-sell to its big customer base.
Australian telecoms company Vocus Group Ltd said on Tuesday it has received a non-binding, indicative acquisition proposal from AGL Energy Ltd for A$3.02 billion ($2.10 billion).
Shares in Australian telecoms firm Vocus Group Ltd dropped more than 15% on Wednesday, the most in over two years, after Swedish private equity firm EQT Infrastructure withdrew its A$3.3 billion ($2.31 billion) buyout offer.
Vocus Group Ltd on Tuesday said Swedish private equity firm EQT Infrastructure had withdrawn its A$3.3 billion ($2.30 billion) buyout offer, making it the fourth suitor to drop its bid for the telecoms company in the last two years.
Vocus Group Ltd said on Tuesday that Swedish private equity firm EQT Infrastructure had withdrawn its A$3.3 billion ($2.30 billion) buyout offer for the telecoms company.
AGL Energy said it made then quit a takeover play for Vocus as it could not agree on due diligence terms with the Australian telecoms company, which is looking at a separate $2.3 billion offer from Swedish private-equity firm EQT.
AGL Energy, Australia's top power producer, on Friday said it had approached Vocus Group Ltd about a possible takeover offer but has now withdrawn its bid for the telecoms junior.
Australian telecoms junior Vocus Group Ltd on Monday said it received a A$3.3 billion ($2.3 billion) buyout offer from Swedish private-equity firm EQT Infrastructure, just as the firm's fiber-focused turnaround plan begins to gain traction.
Australian telco Vocus Group Ltd said on Monday it received a A$3.27 billion ($2.27 billion) takeover offer from private equity firm EQT Infrastructure, nearly two years after it was deserted by two potential suitors.
Australian phone company Vocus Group on Monday appointed Kevin Russell as its group managing director & chief executive officer.
Australian phone company Vocus Group appointed Kevin Russell as its group managing director & chief executive officer on Monday, it said in a statement.
Australian internet company Vocus Group Ltd <VOC.AX> said on Tuesday it ended discussions with interested parties for the sale of its New Zealand business, choosing instead to retain it.
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