Opteon Property Group’s forming a new corporate structure


Arnold Bloch Leibler (ABL) has acted for a number of the members of the Opteon Property Group (Opteon) in the amalgamation of the Opteon business as it prepares for further expansion.

As reported in The Australian Financial Review, Opteon, a national provider of property valuation and advisory services, is reorganising its group structure and forming a new corporate structure. The amalgamation will allow the group to retool with new software and to build scale by expanding its business advisory services through strategic acquisitions.

Opteon is a national provider of independent, market leading valuation and property advisory services. The company have 75 offices nationwide and over 800 staff members, including over 500 valuers, our reputation for providing informed and independent advice is backed by local expertise and the strength of our national network’s collective resources. Our team covers metropolitan, rural and remote regions in each State and Territory.

ABL Corporate Partner, Michael Dodge (Picture) and Lawyer Emily Ellis-Czerkaski advised the business owners on the transaction.

Involved fees earner: Michael Dodge – Arnold Bloch Leibler; Emily Ellis-Czerkaski – Arnold Bloch Leibler;

Law Firms: Arnold Bloch Leibler;

Clients: Opteon Property Group;