From stardust to ashes: How Japan Post's $6.5b bet on Toll unravelled

In February 2015, bankers working on Japan’s biggest IPO in three decades woke to news that left them shaken. Their client had just closed a multi-billion dollar deal – but had kept them firmly out of the loop. Just months ahead of its listing, state-owned …
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