Ashurst lures Corrs gender equality head

Felicity Healy is an expert in contentious financial services regulatory enforcement

Ashurst lures Corrs gender equality head
Felicity Healy, Kate Barker

Ashurst has lured Corrs Chambers Westgarth gender equality head and litigation partner Felicity Healy to its partnership.

Healy joins Ashurst’s disputes and investigations team as a specialist in contentious financial services regulatory enforcement and investigations. She has advised banks, financial institutions, insolvency practitioners, trustees, and secured creditors on complex litigation matters for nearly two decades.

She has managed high-profile litigation and provided guidance on regulatory enforcement action, fraud investigations, AML/CTF, directors' duties, greenwashing, and insolvency issues. She has also worked on major cross-border insolvency disputes and other contentious financial services matters across multiple jurisdictions.

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Healy’s practice covers Australia, New Zealand, and the UK, highlighting her substantial experience in.

“[Healy’s] expertise in financial services regulatory enforcement and investigations makes her a natural fit for our firm as we continue to invest in our global contentious financial services practice”, Ashurst global CEO Paul Jenkins said.

Earlier this month, the firm also brought Kate Barker from King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) into its Sydney office as a new partner.

Specialising in complex and structured investment real estate deals, Barker brings a wealth of experience in real estate-focused joint ventures, investment funds, and development projects. She has acted for major international investors and developers such as Lendlease, Mirvac, and Frasers Property.


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