As the legal battle over the proposed merger between Vodafone Hutchison Australia and TPG continues to rage on, a consultant hired by the latter company has been painted as being under-qualified to deliver financial advice for TPG's capital raise.
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The ACCC continues to paint the picture that TPG's network rollout plans were ad hoc management decisions conjured from the mind of its reclusive CEO David Teoh.
Wylde Capital faced court on Tuesday, with more questioning on TPG's capital raising activities.
The ACCC has painted TPG as a fiefdom run by David Teoh with poor governance and a lack of real documentation.
Week two of Vodafone and TPG's fight against the ACCC started with the commission trying to dismantle Vodafone's business case for the merger with TPG.
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