Mark Treisman | Hot 40 2014

​Mark Treisman, Chandlers

Mark Treisman | Hot 40 2014
Mark TreismanMark Treisman, Chandlers

International Lawyers It’s easier to headline the deals landscape within the ranks of a top-tier firm, but Treisman is proof that boutique firms can pack an awesome punch too if given the opportunity. Treisman was one of just 18 solicitors selected nationally to represent clients in a $500m Federal Court investor class action relating to a failed managed investment scheme. He also advised on the sale of Australia’s fifth largest super fund administrator for an undisclosed amount. Those deals were in 2013 and he has since gone on to advise a significant private sector client on a $90m property development.

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Director, Chandler International Lawyers
Years of Experience:
B.Com. (Wits), H. Dip. Co Law (Wits)
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