Chapman Tripp advised the New Zealand Treasury on the Government’s sale of part of its shareholding in national airline, Air New Zealand.
The Chapman Tripp team, comprising partners Barry Brown and Tim Tubman and senior associate Joshua Pringle, advised The Treasury on all aspects of the sell-down.
The sale forms part of the Government’s Mixed Ownership Model (MOM) share offer programme.
Barry Brown says: “Chapman Tripp is very pleased to have worked with the Treasury team on the Air New Zealand sell down. It continues our involvement for a party in all of the transactions in the MOM programme. That involvement, together with our role in the recent Summerset and SKY TV sell downs and the Z Energy IPO, reflects our leading position in New Zealand’s most significant equity capital markets deals.”
Chapman Tripp has also:
- advised Mighty River Power on all aspects of its IPO and NZX and ASX listing
- advised the Instalment Receipts trustee on the Meridian IPO
- been appointed as The Treasury’s legal adviser for the Genesis Energy IPO in 2014.