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Nicole Radice - Partner

Nicole Radice Nicole advises public and private companies and private equity investors on corporate and securities law.

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Nicole’s practice comprises corporate and securities law with a focus on corporate structuring, due diligence and corporate governance, capital raisings, mergers and acquisitions and takeover defences.

Nicole acts for public and private companies and private equity investors across a range of industries including resources, property, agribusiness, retail and the services sector. She also acts for some of Queensland’s most prominent sporting enterprises.

Nicole’s clients include major ASX-listed organisations, mid-cap companies, international firms and overseas entities seeking to expand into the Australian market.

She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD), and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management (FAIM).

Areas of Practice

  • Advising Proserpine Cooperative Sugar Milling Association on the sale of the Proserpine Sugar Mill business assets to Sucrogen (of the Wilmar International Group) for $120 million.
  • Advising Bow Energy on a placement and share purchase plan to raise over $76 million.
  • Advising on the merger of the Queensland Turf Club and Brisbane Turf Club to form the Brisbane Racing Club.
  • Advising Whitehaven Coal (formerly Pecten Corporation) on its IPO and $318 million scrip takeover of Whitehaven Coal Holdings.
  • Advising Careers Australia Group on the successful defence of a $70 million takeover bid by ASX-listed Site Group International.
  • Advising BeMaX Resources on a rights issue by way of an institutional placement and 'jumbo' offer, raising approximately $74 million.
  • Advising Teledyne Australia, a wholly owned subsidiary of New York Stock Exchange listed Teledyne Wireless, with Australian aspects of the purchase of Filtronic Defence and Filtronic Properties, and the business and assets of Filtronic, as part of a global acquisition of defence and IP assets.
  • Advising Carter & Spencer on the acquisition of Early Bird Citrus, located in Wallaville, Queensland, including the acquisition of the primary production business.
  • Advising Technisyst, a global provider of mission-critical mobile data solutions to the public safety and public transport sectors, on its acquisition by Sigtec, a leader in mobile solutions and services.
  • Advising Leading Edge Instruments, a medical devices company, on its acquisition by ASX-listed Helicon Group, valued at $15 million.
  • Advising a privately owned agricultural manager on its appointment as manager for a sovereign fund to manage agricultural assets acquired by the sovereign fund for development and export purposes.
  • Advising on the sale of a minority interest in Ostwald Construction Materials Pty Ltd, a Dalby-based mining and infrastructure services company, to Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC).