Paul Veltman 1 (B&W)

Paul Veltman

Executive Director
Phone: +61 2 8243 9602
Email: veltman@origincapital.com.au

Paul has over 25 years’ experience as a corporate finance adviser, including prior to Origin, senior roles with Goldman Sachs JBWere, KPMG and Morgan Grenfell. Paul has significant experience in advising on acquisitions, divestments, strategic alliances and capital restructurings.

Paul has advised companies in a wide range of sectors, including consumer & healthcare goods and services, building products and services, engineering, insurance, agriculture and mining.

Paul’s major roles have included advising:

  • Fresenius Medical Care in the acquisition of 70% of the shares of Cura Day Hospitals
  • Apex Laboratories on the sale of its business to Dechra Pharmaceuticals
  • Cora Investment on the sale of Ergo Asia to Konica Minolta
  • Unilever on divesting over 40 businesses & brands and outsourcing manufacturing for Flora margarine
  • Graincorp and Gardner Smith on acquiring Integro from Goodman Fielder with a long term supply agreement
  • Reckitt Benckiser on divesting over 25 businesses & brands
  • Pental on the acquisition of White King & Janola and refinancing Pental’s debt
  • Kellogg on the acquisition of the Sunibrite business
  • Australian Mutual Provident Society on its demutualisation structure
  • Australian & New Zealand Banking Group on the buy-out of minority shareholders in its Papua New Guinea subsidiary by a scheme of arrangement
  • Rugby on the takeover of Cockburn Cement by an off-market offer
  • Pennant on the acquisition of South Black Water coal mine
  • Dalgety PLC on the refinancing of Dalgety Farmers’ debt and the divestment of Dalgety Farmers.

Paul’s other clients have included Arnotts, Australia New Zealand Direct Line, Boots, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Coca-Cola Amatil, Gazal Corporation, George Weston, Graham Group, HP Bulmer, Kembla Coal & Coke, Kockums, Novartis, Programmed Maintenance Services, PZ Cussons, Rayonier, Rolls Royce, Telstra, Unilodge and Zapruder’s Other Films.

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