HotCopper acquires Canadian-based publisher

By Naomi Neilson|07 October 2019

Clayton Utz advised HotCopper Holdings Limited on its acquisition of a news publisher based in Canada.

Firm: Clayton Utz (HotCopper Holdings Limited)

Deal: Clayton Utz is advising HotCopper Holdings Limited on its strategic acquisition of Canadian-based Stockhouse Publishing.

Value: Approximately C$20 million, or $22.355 million.

Area: M&A.

Key players: Clayton Utz corporate partners Mark Paganin and Liz Humphry led the firm’s team, with key support from lawyers Alex Davies and Nicholas Rawlinson.

Deal significance: Stockhouse is a leading publisher of opinion, research and insights from respected and trusted analysts and experts. The acquisition is key to the strategy of growing global finance and news retail investor relationship platform.


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