Max O.Rose


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Max Rose advises public and private companies and private equity funds on a range of Australian and cross-border transactions. His experience includes acquisitions, disposals, takeovers and schemes, initial listings, secondary capital raisings, joint ventures, restructures, and corporate governance matters.

Max has advised clients across a wide variety of business sectors including technology, energy and resources, agribusiness, health care, real estate, tourism, consumer goods, and financial services.

Max's recent highlighted representations include advising: Chevron Australia Downstream on its acquisition of 25 fuel retailing sites in South Australia from Viva Energy; A-Cap Energy on its merger with Lotus Resources; Agricultural Asset Management on its acquisition of multiple agribusiness assets; Intelligent Monitoring Group on its acquisition of the A&NZ ADT security business; Eildon Capital's unsolicited takeover offer from Samuel Terry Asset Management; Anteris Technologies on various capital raisings; Allkem on its sale of Borax Argentina; Portt on its sale to Advanced Business Software and Solutions; Hornblower on its acquisition of Journey Beyond; and Beforepay on its ASX (Australian Securities Exchange) IPO (initial public offering).


  • Intelligent Monitoring Group acquires Adeva Home SolutionsJones Day is advising Intelligent Monitoring Group Ltd. in the acquisition by subsidiary Mammoth Security Pty Ltd of 100% of Adeva Home Solutions Pty Ltd.
  • Chevron acquires 25 fuel retailing sites in South AustraliaJones Day advised Chevron on its agreement to acquire 25 fuel retailing sites in South Australia from Viva Energy.
  • Centuria Capital increases stake in Centuria BassJones Day advised Centuria Capital in its A$57 million acquisition of 30% interest in Centuria Bass Credit Pty Ltd, increasing its stake from 50% to 80%.
  • A-Cap Energy merges with Lotus ResourcesJones Day advised A-Cap Energy Limited in its merger with ASX-listed Lotus Resources Limited via schemes of arrangement.
  • Intelligent Monitoring Group acquires ADT security businessJones Day advised ASX-listed Intelligent Monitoring Group Ltd on its A$45 million acquisition of the ADT security monitoring business in Australia and New Zealand (through the acquisition of Tyco Australia Group Pty Ltd) and the associated A$80 million acquisition finance facility and A$17 million equity raising undertaken by accelerated entitlement offer and a top-up placement.
  • Eildon Capital Group subject of unsolicited takeover offerJones Day advised ASX-listed Eildon Capital Group on its defense of an unsolicited takeover bid from Samuel Terry Asset Management.
  • Morgans Corporate Limited completes AU$37 million institutional placement by MoneyMe LimitedJones Day advised Morgans Corporate Limited, as lead manager and underwriter, in connection with an AU$37 million institutional placement of Ordinary Shares by ASX-listed MoneyMe Limited.
  • Citigroup Global Markets and Scotiabank-led syndicate purchases 117,049,735 CBFIs in global offering by FIBRA PrologisJones Day represented Citigroup Global Markets Inc. and Scotia Capital (USA) Inc., as representatives of the several initial purchasers, as U.S. securities counsel in connection with the global offering by FIBRA Prologis of 117,049,735 real estate trust certificates (certificados bursátiles fiduciarios inmobiliarios, or “CBFIs”).
  • Riverside sells Modern Hire to HireVueJones Day represented The Riverside Company in connection with the sale of portfolio company Modern Hire, the all-in-one enterprise hiring platform that enables organizations to continuously improve hiring experiences and outcomes with trusted science and technology, to HireVue, a global leader in video interviewing, assessments, and text-enabled recruiting tools.
  • Anteris Technologies raises capital through private placementJones Day advised Anteris Technologies Ltd. on a private placement to various sophisticated and professional investors in Australia and the United States to raise AU$35 million, together with attaching options with an aggregate face value of AU$42 million.
  • Allkem sells Borax ArgentinaJones Day advised Allkem Limited in the sale of Borax Argentina to Golden Wattle Springs Pty Ltd.
  • Portt sold to Advanced Business Software and Solutions LimitedJones Day advised the shareholders of Portt on its acquisition by Advanced Business Software and Solutions Limited.
  • Hornblower Group acquires Journey BeyondJones Day advised Hornblower Group, Inc. in its acquisition of Australia's leading experiential travel group, Journey Beyond.
  • Beforepay completes A$35 million IPO on ASXJones Day advised Beforepay Group Limited, a leading provider of Pay on Demand services in Australia, in connection with its A$35 million initial public offering on the ASX.
  • Orocobre merges with Galaxy Resources to form top five global lithium chemicals companyJones Day advised Orocobre Limited (Orocobre), an ASX and TSX-listed global lithium carbonate supplier with operations in Argentina, on its merger-of-equals with Galaxy Resources Limited (Galaxy), an ASX-listed global lithium company with operations in Australia, Argentina, and Canada, creating a top five global lithium chemicals company (by market capitalization).
  • Coronado Global Resources completes US$550 million in combined financingJones Day represented Coronado Global Resources Inc., in connection with (i) an offering of US$350 million aggregate principal amount of 10.750% Senior Secured Notes due 2026, (ii) a secured asset-based revolving credit agreement in an initial aggregate principal amount of US$100 million, and (iii) an offering of US$100 million aggregate principal amount of shares of its Common Stock in the form of CHESS Depositary Interests, which are listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
  • Bentley Systems acquires E7Jones Day advised Bentley Systems, Incorporated on its acquisition of E7 Pty Ltd, a Brisbane, Australia-based leader in field-based construction delivery software for heavy civil construction.
  • Anteris Technologies issues A$20 million funding package provided by Mercer Street Global Opportunity FundJones Day advised Anteris Technologies Ltd., a structural heart company focused on developing innovative and durable health solutions through better science and better design, on a A$20 million funding package provided by Mercer Street Global Opportunity Fund, LLC, comprising of A$1 million placement of Ordinary Shares, A$1.5 million worth of Convertible Notes (with a further $1 million worth of Convertible Notes subject to shareholder approval) and a A$16.5 million discretionary drawdown facility.
  • CVC Emerging Companies Fund invests in Studiosity Pty LimitedJones Day advised the CVC Emerging Companies Fund on its minority investment, with Online Education Services Pty Ltd (a subsidiary of SEEK Limited), in Studiosity Pty Limited, an online education service.
  • Sheffield Resources forms joint venture with Yansteel on Thunderbird Mineral Sands ProjectJones Day advised Sheffield Resources Limited (Sheffield) (ASX: SFX) on the formation of a joint venture with Yansteel on the Thunderbird Mineral Sands Project.