DibbsBarker names new board members

The new board members will help the team drive the firm’s strategy over the next few years

DibbsBarker names new board members
DibbsBarker has two named two new board members.

Partners Jane Wild and Scott Guthrie have taken seats on the firm’s board at the start of the month, succeeding partner Bill Burrough and Matthew Rollason, who have stepped down after their terms ended. Burrough and Rollason remain with the firm, continuing their practices in the real estate and construction group.

Wild is a specialist in construction, infrastructure, and renewable energy projects, as well as real estate development and utility contracts. Her diverse range of clients includes developers, large listed property trusts, contractors, suppliers, and banks. She also has expertise advising local and international companies on procurement and alternative delivery models in relation to government contracts.

Guthrie specialises in restructuring and insolvency work and provides dispute resolution advice. He has particular expertise in the finance, insolvency, and turnaround sectors. His clients include a diverse group of banks, financiers, investors, shareholders, receivers, liquidators, administrators, bankruptcy trustees, directors, and company officers.

Emma Hodgman, chair of DibbsBarker’s board, thanked Burrough and Rollason for their dedication and contributions to the board.

“I also congratulate Jane and Scott on their appointment. They each bring diverse experience and perspectives to the board, and I look forward to working with them as the board continues to drive the firm’s strategy over the next few years,” she said.


Jane Wild


Scott Guthrie


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