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Aware Super and Roc Partners Enlist Macquarie Capital for ProTen Capital Structure Review



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The $175 billion pension fund Aware Super, in collaboration with Sydney-based agribusiness investor Roc Partners, has recently engaged the services of Macquarie Capital to conduct a strategic assessment of ProTen’s capital structure.

Sources familiar with the matter disclosed that the primary objective at present is to secure a refinancing arrangement for ProTen, with a subsequent intention to initiate a sale process.

It’s noteworthy that this course of action closely mirrors the recent moves seen at another company in the same sector,

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