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MAJOR investors have issued a ‘please explain’ letter to Alintachairman John Akehurst as the energy company and its spurnedadviser Macquarie Bank remained publicly at odds yesterday. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 January, 2007)
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Major investors have issued a ‘please explain’ letter to Alintachairman John Akehurst. – (The Age — 18 January, 2007)
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Super funds ask Alinta to explain
Super funds ask Alinta to explain

Macquarie Bank has been sacked as Alinta’s adviser and its role ina proposed management buyout is in doubt. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 January, 2007)
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Macquarie Bank has been sacked as Alinta’s adviser and its role ina proposed management buy-out is in doubt. – (The Age — 17 January, 2007)
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Alinta’s independent directors cut ties with Macquarie and setground rules for the bank’s sale role. – (The Age — 16 January, 2007)
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A lucrative business partnership has been blown up by conflicts ofinterest. Michael Evans and Stuart Washington report. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 January, 2007)
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INVESTMENT bank Babcock Brown has declared its interest inpotentially making a bid for the $7 billion West Australian energycompany Alinta. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 January, 2007)
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The management buy-out team targeting Alinta is pressing ahead withits proposed bid for the energy giant. – (The Age — 19 January, 2007)
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Macquarie Bank maintains it is still in discussions with Western Australian gas company Alinta about continuing its role as a corporate adviser Alinta has been embroiled in controversy after its se (ABC News — 17 January, 2007)
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