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Tim is a corporate lawyer specialising in all areas of corporate advisory and transactions.
He has advised on many high profile transactions including takeovers, mergers, equity raisings, private treaty acquisitions and investment transactions, for ASX-listed clients, multinational and other offshore clients, private equity and other investment houses.
Tim was ranked as one of Australia’s leading Corporate/M&A lawyers in Chambers Asia-Pacific 2013 where sources characterise him as an "exceptional younger lawyer" and "an excellent draftsman and a very safe pair of hands for guiding a transaction from A to B."
Advising on the establishment of its joint venture with NYSE – listed PVH Inc. for the distribution of Calvin Klein products in Australia.
Advising in relation to the sale of its Davenport and Loveable underwear brands.
Advising in relation to the sale of its iconic surf and streetwear brand MAMBO.
Advising in relation to its cornerstone investment in ASX-listed ChemGenex Pharmaceuticals Ltd and subsequent successful $225 million takeover bid.
Acting for the global biopharmaceutical company in relation to its $US350 million strategic alliance with ASX-listed Mesoblast Ltd.
Acting on its $318 million takeover bid for Arana Therapeutics Ltd.
Advising on ABB Grain’s acquisition by Viterra Inc. under a $2.1 billion scrip and cash scheme of arrangement.
$4 billion merger by scheme of arrangement with Bendigo Bank Ltd.
Acting on the $2.37 billion off-market takeover bid from the Cheung Kong Group.
Advising on its contested takeover for Keybridge Capital Ltd, including successful Takeovers Panel proceedings.
Advising on their merger by way of two interdependent schemes of arrangement.
Advising on its domestic and offshore investments.
Advising on its defence of the $487 million unsolicited off-market takeover bid by Brookfield Asset Management.
Listed as a leading lawyer in corporate law
Listed as a leading lawyer in mergers and acquisitions law
Ranked as a leading corporate/mergers and acquisitions lawyer
Sources characterise Tim Bowley as an "exceptional younger lawyer," "an excellent draftsman and a very safe pair of hands for guiding a transaction from A to B"
Mergers & Acquisitions Review 2013
On 21 September the Takeovers Panel issued Guidance Note 22: "Recommendations and Undervalue Statements". This followed consultation on a draft guidance note in April this year, and response...
ASIC has issued Consultation Paper 143: Expert reports and independence of experts: Update to RG111 and RG112. In CP143 ASIC proposes changes to its two regulatory guides dealing with content of...