08.02.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - --Observers expect one of the wealthiest men in Singapore, Richard Chandler, to make widespread changes to forestry group Gunns after being outed as a key backer of the company's latest capital raising. Mr Chandler will become the largest shareholder
08.02.2012 [BusinessWeek] - Gunns Ltd. (GNS AU) soared 36 percent to 17 Australian cents after New Zealand billionaire Richard Chandler agreed to buy A$150 million ($162 million) of new shares in Australia's biggest wood-chip exporter to help fund the stalled Bell Bay pulp mill
08.02.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Aside from planning to inject $150 million into a recapitalisation of the company, the New Zealand-born billionaire Richard Chandler seems to have a far different idea on how a company should be run compared to the former managing director of Gunns who
08.02.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Woodchipper Gunns will make up to $280 million with the issue of new shares to New Zealand billionaire Richard Chandler. Rio Tinto will spend $US3.4 billion ($A3.16 billion) expanding its iron ore operations in Western Australia's Pilbara region.
09.02.2012 [Timber Trades Journal] - New Zealand billionaire investor Richard Chandler will inject A$150m into revamping Australian forestry company Gunns as part of a A$280m capital raising. Richard Chandler Corporation (RCC) has confirmed it will take a stake in Gunns and will see to
09.02.2012 [ABC Online] - The Liberals want Lara Giddings to sack the Greens leader Nick McKim from her Cabinet for talking down the company's capital raising deal with the billionaire investor, Richard Chandler. Ms Giddings responded yesterday by saying the Greens are not
09.02.2012 [The Southland Times] - Australian forestry company Gunns is working furiously to translate the cachet of its new cornerstone shareholder, Kiwi billionaire Richard Chandler, into a green light for its pulp mill. Gunns is arguing that the maverick New Zealand-born global
08.02.2012 [Scoop.co.nz (press release)] - 8 (BusinessDesk) – New Zealand-born billionaire Richard Chandler's investment vehicle will take a cornerstone stake in Gunns as part of the ASX-listed forest plantation owner's capital raising. The Tasmanian-based company wants to raise as much as
07.02.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - [AFR] Kiwi-born billionaire Richard Chandler looks to be troubled Tasmanian timber company Gunns Limited's white knight, with the now Singapore-based businessman set to emerge as a cornerstone investor in the controversial group.
09.02.2012 [ABC Online (blog)] - Greens Member for Bass and Forestry Spokesperson Kim Booth rejected claims that the decision by billionaire Richard Chandler (pictured) to buy into timber company Gunns was creating a split within his own party, and between the Greens and Labor in
08.02.2012 [Yahoo!7 News] - By Felicity Ogilvie and staff | ABC – 7 hours ago Tasmanian timber company Gunns has signed an agreement with New Zealand billionaire Richard Chandler to raise company capital to $380 million in a deal that is expected to help it secure a partner for a