Gadens: PEXA leader among Australian law firms

26 November 2018
Craig Green, Partner, Brisbane Shantal Read, Partner, Brisbane

The Gadens Brisbane Banking and Finance Group is a well-established team with significant experience in PEXA and the electronic conveyancing network.

Gadens, with its already proven banking track record, has added a further string to their bow by becoming one of the leading transacting law practices on PEXA in Queensland with over 18,630 completed PEXA transactions, including over 11,000 transactions in the past 12 months.

Led by Senior Partner Craig Green, since the infancy of PEXA, the Gadens Banking and Finance Group has been at the forefront in developing and advising their clients on:

  • best ‘PEXA’ practices;
  • adopting internal procedures to accommodate PEXA;
  • providing clients with convenience and simplicity regarding PEXA transactions; and
  • completing more transactions on PEXA than any other law firm in Queensland.

Gadens and PEXA – By the Numbers

In the last 5 years Gadens has risen to be the number one transacting law practice in Queensland. Gadens has hit milestones in PEXA transactions that are unrivalled by other law practices, including:

  • completing over 16,130 refinance transactions;
  • completing and discharging over 580 standalone mortgages;
  • completing and registering over 1,130 purchase transactions; and
  • completing complex commercial transactions in multiple jurisdictions via PEXA.

Gadens Client List

Some of the clients Gadens act for include:

  • ANZ
  • Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • Bankwest
  • Suncorp
  • Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
  • Rabobank
  • Bananacoast Community Credit Union
  • Macquarie Bank
  • ING Bank
  • Arab Bank Australia
  • La Trobe Financial

PEXA Partners:
Craig Green, Partner
Shantal Evans, Partner
Victor Asoyo, Partner

This update does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. It is intended only to provide a summary and general overview on matters of interest and it is not intended to be comprehensive. You should seek legal or other professional advice before acting or relying on any of the content.

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