Steven Tang | Hot 40 2014

Steven Tang, Maddocks

Steven Tang | Hot 40 2014
Steven TangSteven Tang, Maddocks

Steven Tang has been slowly making a name for himself since joining Maddocks in March 2011. The lawyer has carved out a niche for himself advising on highly complex deals, acting for Re:Capital in their acquisition of Ernest Hiller, which included debt refinancing. Tang also acted for Housing Loans Group in the refinancing of its loan book using a de facto securitisation structure. His transactions landscape has been further rounded off with advisory to a privately held electrical wholesaler in its acquisition of a New South Wales-based subsidiary.

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Lawyer, Maddocks (2011)
Councilor, Glen Eira City Council (2005-2012)
Years of Experience:
  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom); Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Monash University (2002-2010)
  • Victorian Certificate of Education, McKinnon Secondary College (2000-2001)
Current Town Melbourne, Australia

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