Ex-AICM Queensland president commences with Keypoint Law

Peter Mills has more than two decades of experience with corporate insolvency and creditor recoveries

Ex-AICM Queensland president commences with Keypoint Law
Peter Mills

Keypoint Law has welcomed former Australian Institute of Credit Management (AICM) president (Queensland division) Peter Mills as its newest consulting principal in Brisbane.

“With over two decades in corporate insolvency and banking and finance, Peter is a welcome addition to Keypoint’s national litigation group… His offering extends to include a highly sophisticated expertise in personal property securities and broader finance law and commercial disputes”, Keypoint Law CEO Warren Kalinko said.

A senior commercial litigator, Mills brings over two decades of experience handling corporate insolvency and creditor recoveries, both in Australia and internationally. He has advised on matters involving the National Consumer Credit Protection Act and the Personal Property Securities Act.

He has provided guidance on small and large strata title community schemes in relation to caretaking and management disputes, by-law breaches, and unlawful acts, arrangements, appointments and conduct by owners and committees.

Mills has been on the Queensland Law Society’s Banking and Financial Services Committee for more than a decade. He also works on the UK Secured Transactions Law Reform Project.

 

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