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Jarden ‘sticking to its knitting’

Separated from its wealth management business, investment bank wants to be go-to for trans-Tasman deals, not ruling out an equity tie-up with a foreign player in the medium term.

Jarden’s co-heads of investment banking, Silvana Schenone and Sam Rickets.

With the FirstCape deal done and dusted, Jarden has emerged with a 20% stake in an asset manager with $44 billion under management valued at $700 million and some powerful partners in NAB, BNZ, and Pacific Equity Partners.

The future of that side of the business seems clear enough, with FirstCape

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Lachlan Colquhoun Mon, 20 May 2024
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