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Japan’s Kajima Corporation - acquiring a majority equity stake in construction group Cockram Construction
American Industrial Partners - acquisition of the entities comprising Arrium Mining Consumables Division (“Moly-Cop”), the largest supplier of grinding media for USD$1.23 billion
Baring Private Equity Asia - A$1.2 billion buyout and take-private proposal of ASX listed SAI Global Limited
Centerbridge Partners LP - US$800 million whole of company financial restructure of Boart Longyear Limited
Ping An Real Estate - acquisition of a 50% interest in a joint venture with Mitsubishi and Lendlease, to develop a landmark commercial property tower at Circular Quay valued at $1.5 billion
Iron Mountain Inc. - acquisition of ASX listed Recall Holdings Ltd by way of a recommended scheme of arrangement through a scrip offer which valued values Recall at around $3.7 billion