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Retentions reform Bill introduced

10 June 2021

The legislation to repair the defects in the Construction Contracts Act retentions regime, particularly in relation to the protections available to payees, had its first reading this week. We run through the main elements.

Climate Change Commission final advice – a mandate for more action, sooner

10 June 2021

The Climate Change Commission’s final advice to the Government steps up the ambition of its draft emissions budgets and doubles down on its conclusion that there are practical and financially feasible pathways to achieving them.

Briefly – June 2021

08 June 2021

Briefly is an occasional publication tracking political and regulatory developments.

Timing auspicious for 30 year infrastructure strategy

19 May 2021

The 30 year infrastructure strategy now being consulted on by the New Zealand Infrastructure Commission Te Waihanga is being developed in circumstances which offer every chance of achieving an outcome which will deliver meaningful change.

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Chapman Tripp named New Zealand Deal Firm of the Year

18 June 2021

Chapman Tripp’s corporate and commercial team were named New Zealand Deal Firm of the Year at this year’s Australasian Law Awards.

King Honey sold to Me Today

17 June 2021

Last week, Me Today (NZX: MEE) opened its capital raise to retail investors, to help fund its $36m acquisition of King Honey announced on 31 May 2021.

Eight experts elevated at Chapman Tripp

01 June 2021

We are delighted to announce the promotion of eight Senior Solicitors to Senior Associate, effective 1 June 2021.

Pacific Radiology makes growth-focused sale

31 May 2021

Chapman Tripp advised Pacific Radiology Group Limited on all aspects of its strategic sale of a $313m stake to investment company Infratil Limited, creating a platform for PRG to accelerate growth.

Chapman Tripp maintains market lead in sustainable bonds

28 May 2021

Chapman Tripp acted as sole legal counsel on two ground-breaking sustainable bond issuances this week – the first new green bond for Precinct Properties and the first sustainable development Kauri bond for AAA/AAA/Aaa-rated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

Good for Kathmandu, good for the planet

27 May 2021

We are pleased to have advised Kathmandu Holdings Limited on a three year AU$300m debt refinancing facility which includes, at AU$100m, the largest syndicated sustainability linked loan to be established by a NZ corporate.

Chapman Tripp’s green goals shoot beyond expected

12 May 2021

The firm has today recorded a 66% decrease in its total carbon emissions following its third year audit with Toitū Envirocare.

Oceania raises $100m for acquisitions in Auckland

04 May 2021

Oceania Healthcare has successfully raised $100m to fund the acquisition of a premium Auckland retirement village, Waterford at Hobsonville Point and its currently leased Franklin site and adjacent land for development.

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Podcasts (22)

Charting the Top 75 – trends in the data

08 December 2020

Partner Roger Wallis discusses the trends in the data collected from the Top 75 listed companies, charting developments in board composition, size, diversity, length of service and reporting.

A time for boardrooms to hold their nerve

30 November 2020

Off the back of our 2020 Corporate Governance – trends & insights report, we sit down with Partner Roger Wallis to reflect on the key theme in this year's publication – a plea for boardrooms to hold their nerve.

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