NRF admits new partner from DLA Piper

Kate Muller brings considerable experience with the Asia market to the table

NRF admits new partner from DLA Piper
Kate Muller

Norton Rose Fulbright (NRF) has admitted former DLA Piper partner Kate Muller to its partnership in Brisbane.

Muller specialises in projects, project finance, and general corporate finance work. She has worked on numerous transactions for sponsors, developers, funders, and financiers on greenfield and brownfield assets and in the secondary market.

She also has experience negotiating power purchase agreements for suppliers and off-takers. Her clients mostly include international and domestic corporations belonging to the energy and resources, infrastructure, government, and transport sectors across Australia and Asia.

“Supporting domestic and global clients on the important issues of the global energy transition and infrastructure development is a key area of focus for our firm,” NRF Australia chief executive partner Alison Deitz said. “Kate’s strong experience in Asia and Australia in energy and resources, infrastructure, real estate and corporate finance matters will bolster this offering and our national and regional projects and energy teams.”

Muller’s stint with DLA Piper lasted for nearly 11 years. She was also previously a general corporate finance lawyer at Latham & Watkins in Singapore, where she worked closely with several energy and resources companies across Southeast Asia.

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