Martin Nguyen

Martin specialises in structured debt funding, commercial property and corporate banking transactions and providing regulatory advice around National Credit Code compliance, unfair contract terms and general banking law. He undertakes work for a variety of lenders including all major banks, several challenger banks and private debt funders. Martin is a key client contact with many […]

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Matthew Trinca

Matthew is a Special Counsel in the Banking and Finance Group. He acts for banks, financial institutions and borrowers in financing and lending transactions. His areas of expertise include property and construction finance, corporate and acquisition finance, aged care and retirement village financing, gaming and hospitality financing and the Personal Property Securities Act. Matthew has […]

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Renae Suttor

Renae has expertise in debt finance (both secured and unsecured) for acquisition and corporate transactions, real estate investment and development projects. Renae works across the full range of corporate and institutional debt finance transactions, advising banks, insurers and alternative lenders, corporate borrowers, private equity houses, asset managers and property developers. Her expertise covers a number […]

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Elliot Raleigh

Elliot is a Partner in our Banking and Finance Group specialising in construction and investment property finance (including senior debt, mezzanine debt and quasi-equity finance), corporate finance (syndicated, club and bilateral lending) across a wide range of industries, project finance and acquisition finance. His clients include Australian and international trading banks, investment banks and other […]

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Peter Grotjan

Peter practises in both the consumer and commercial sectors of banking and finance law. He acts for a number of major Banks, second tier Financiers and Private funders. Peter’s clients value his practical approach to solving issues and determining the implications of changes in the law. Peter is regularly consulted by relationship and credit banking […]

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