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The future of sport

By newseditor on Friday, September 02, 2016

Head of our Sports Business Group, Amelia Lynch, gives her views on the future of sport post the Rio Olympic Games.

Australian economy offers a mixed bag for office leasing

By newseditor on Thursday, September 01, 2016

Jonathan Callaghan, CEO & Managing Director of Investa, says that the current office leasing market is very much a mixed bag at the moment, depending on where in Australia you're located.

Managing employee performance while avoiding bullying claims

By newseditor on Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Managing under-performing employees is a complex and often fraught process, and many employers have been surprised to find themselves on the receiving end of a bullying claim after undertaking what they believed to be reasonable management action.

The Business of Football - Integrity in AFL Football

By newseditor on Wednesday, September 07, 2016

This week, we held the fourth event in our "Business of Football" lunch series, with guest speakers Gabrielle Trainor - AFL Commissioner, Chip Le Grand - Journalist (The Australian) & Author of 'The Straight Dope', and Steve Wyatt - Integrity Services Manager, Richmond Football Club.

The move to a services economy in Australia is creating new risks for Australian businesses which, in turn, are creating opportunities for the insurance sector. Speaking at Lander & Rogers' client Economic Briefing in Melbourne, Chris Colahan, Chief Executive Officer of Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance, Australasia, cited cyber risk as a topical example.

Lander & Rogers advises Myer on sale of flagship store

By newseditor on Friday, September 16, 2016

We recently advised The Myer Family Company on the sale of its one third interest in the nine storey Myer building in Bourke St, Melbourne to global investment manager TH Real Estate.  The deal value was $151.3M.  The remaining two thirds of the flagship Myer store are owned by retail asset manager, Vicinity Centres, and the Singapore Government's sovereign wealth fund, GIC.  The building was built in 1914 and comprises approximately 40,000 square metres.

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