10.10.2019

John Wylie’s Tanarra Capital invests in New Zealand Wool Scouring

John Wylie’s Tanarra Capital has invested in New Zealand Wool Scouring. Tanarra will take a 35 per cent stake in the company, partnering with current owners David Ferrier and Lempriere Wool. “NZWL is a high-quality business with a world leading wool scouring operation,” said Tanarra director Andrew King. The investment in NZWL was led by […]

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11.06.2019

Mining tech firm inks new BHP deal

A technology firm backed by investment banker John Wylie, Red Bubble founder Martin Hosking and the founders of KordaMentha has struck an expanded partnership with BHP.

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23.05.2019

Finance gets behind the Uluru statement

Twenty-one chief executives and chairmen from investment banks, super funds and accounting firms have pledged their support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart and its call for the establishment of a First Nations voice in the constitution.Tanarra investment analyst Dean Parkin, along with his investment banker boss John Wylie, invited finance leaders to back […]

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10.05.2019

Tanarra Capital pays up for big stake in INX Software

An investment firm associated with prominent east coast businessman John Wylie has paid what is believed to be tens of millions of dollars for a majority stake in Perth-based INX Software. Tanarra Capital said the investment by its private equity arm would boost INX’s product development and accelerate its global expansion. INX was founded by […]

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22.03.2019

Genomics plc analysis demonstrates potential for genomic data

Genetic ‘risk scores’ for diseases including heart disease, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and type 2 diabetes, could save lives and save money for the NHS by enabling more effective disease prevention and screening 20-Mar-2019, OXFORD, UK – Following today’s comments by the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, […]

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26.02.2019

John Wylie backs Flexigroup’s Afterpay challenge

Originally from the Australian Financial Review Investment banker John Wylie has backed a plan for struggling consumer finance group Flexigroup to reclaim ground in the buy-now, pay-later sector by throwing down the gauntlet to Afterpay. Wylie’s investment vehicle Tanarra Capital will pump $21.5 million into Flexigroup to support the turnaround plan of chief executive Rebecca […]

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