Hamilton Locke partner transitions to Lander & Rogers

Adam Jeffrey has significant experience working within international markets

Hamilton Locke partner transitions to Lander & Rogers

Hamilton Locke finance partner Adam Jeffrey has made the transition to Lander & Rogers.

Jeffrey joined Lander & Rogers as its newest partner in Sydney effective 11 March. He comes in with over two decades of experience in banking and finance transactions.

He has provided guidance to Australian and international corporate borrowers and financial institutions on domestic and cross-border issues. He has worked within international markets on general corporate finance, property finance, and leveraged/acquisition finance matters.

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In addition, Jeffrey has negotiated derivatives and represented issuers in the Australian and US debt capital markets. Lander & Rogers national corporate practice group leader Jackie Solakovski pointed to Jeffrey’s significant experience and network as strong assets to the practice.

“Adam brings a wealth of experience in advising both ASX listed and private companies in real estate, construction and infrastructure and financial services, all of which are sectors in which we are seeing a significant increase in client demands forfinance expertise. Adam's arrival not only strengthens our core finance capabilities but his experience in the US debt capital markets further enhances the breadth of support we can provide to our clients”, said partner David Morris, who heads Lander & Rogers' corporate practice in Sydney and is also national leader of the group's transactional business.

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