Team

vice president

Sid Varadarajan

Sid Varadarajan

Sid Varadarajan joined Flagstaff Partners in 2021 and has 6+ years of experience in corporate finance across M&A, equity and debt capital markets, and commercial advisory

Prior to joining Flagstaff, Sid worked across various teams at Deloitte Australia, predominantly within Corporate Finance and M&A

Sid has advised on numerous transactions and advisory mandates across a broad range of sectors including financial services, infrastructure, consumer, general industrials and domestic and international Governments

Notable transactions and assignments include advising Electro Optic Systems on its placement and share purchase plan to fund growth plans ($40m); Treasury Wine Estates on its acquisition of DAOU Vineyards and the associated equity raising (US$900m); Auckland Council on exploring potential options with respect to the Port of Auckland; The Star Entertainment Group on its institutional placement and non-renounceable entitlement offer ($800m); ANZ on its acquisition of Suncorp Bank ($4.9bn); Rubicon Water on its IPO ($172m); Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners on the divestment of its stake in PEXA via an IPO ($3.3bn); Telstra on its divisional restructure to standalone infrastructure and services verticals; Mercedes-Benz Australia on the change of its franchise-based operating model to agency-based; Sealink Travel Group (now Kelsian Group) on its acquisition of Transit Systems Group ($635m)

Sid holds a Bachelor of Commerce (with First Class Honours) from the University of Melbourne and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

EXPERIENCE

[IPO of New Zealand’s Napier Port ($234m),

Mineral Deposits takeover defence of a hostile offer by ERAMET S.A. ($632m),

Norman Disney & Young’s acquisition by Tetra Tech,

sale of Qscan Radiology and formation of a new radiology joint venture ($200m),

Alumina Ltd.’s amendments to AWAC Joint Venture and

the Port of Melbourne Lease Transaction for the Victorian Government ($9.7bn)]

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