Corporate Finance

Our team is one of the largest in Australia with substantial experience in Australia and overseas. We act for all the major Australian banks and a number of Australian and international investment banks and other financial institutions in senior secured, subordinated and mezzanine debt facilities, unsecured facilities, bridge loans and restructures. We also act for our corporate clients including well known and respected private equity houses involved in prominent acquisition transactions.

Our focus is on syndications, acquisition and leveraged finance. We also act on club, bilateral and other corporate finance transactions.

Many of our lawyers have spent time in either in-house or commercial roles providing them with industry specific expertise and commercial awareness. We have developed a reputation for a pragmatic commercial approach, coupled with extensive market knowledge and technical expertise enabling the provision of efficient and astute solutions for our clients.

Affinity Equity Partner's acquisition of Primo Smallgoods

Advised Affinity Equity Partners on the acquisition of a majority shareholding in Primo Smallgoods, Australia's largest producer of ham, bacon and small goods, alongside the founding family.

RMIT $225m facility from CBA

Acted for RMIT University on a $225 million facility from Commonwealth Bank of Australia

SWK

Acted for the US based SWK Funding LLC, a specialist lender in the pharmaceuticals industry, on an innovative secured revenue interest refinancing of the (Australian) Parnell Pharmaceuticals group to finance its expansion in the USA

Hexion

Acted for the private equity owned Hexion Specialty Chemicals on the refinancing of its senior bank debt

Revolving Cash Advance & Bank Guarantee Facilities - SCA Property Group

Advised on the stablishment of a A$150 million revolving cash advance and bank guarantee facilities to the newly-formed SCA Property Group in connection with the spin-off of Woolworths' property portfolio in Australia and New Zealand (consisting of 69 neighbourhood, sub-regional and freestanding shopping centres) valued at approximately A$1.4 billion.