Alan Maxton | Hot 40 2014

Alan Maxton, Allens

Alan Maxton | Hot 40 2014
Alan MaxtonAlan Maxton, Allens

A pillar of Australia’s banking and finance talent pool, Maxton snared roles in 2013 that included advising Billabong on its recapitalisation (including competing bids and ongoing refinancings), Origin Energy on its $7.4bn refinancing, Vodafone on its $3.5bn refinancing, the consortium of lenders on AMP’s $1bn refinancing, and the financing of property developments that included One Central Park, Queens II and the Fawkner Centre. Maxton continues to advise financial institutions that include Macquarie Bank and CBA.

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Partner, Allens Arthur Robinson (1994)
Years of Experience:
Regularly recognised as one of Australia's leading banking and finance lawyers by publications including Chambers Asia Pacific 2014
BEc LLB (Hons)
Current Town Sydney, Australia

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