Hunt & Hunt welcomes new principal from HWL Ebsworth

Marianna Parry joins Hunt & Hunt’s corporate and commercial team in Melbourne

Hunt & Hunt welcomes new principal from HWL Ebsworth
Marianna Parry

Hunt & Hunt has welcomed Marianna Parry to its corporate and commercial team in Melbourne as its newest principal. She joins from HWL Ebsworth, where she was a special counsel.

Parry is a highly regarded commercial specialist with significant experience in M&A, private equity, venture capital, equity capital markets, public company takeovers, corporate governance and blockchain-based digital assets.

She works closely with Australian and international clients across a range of industries, including building and construction, education, health, manufacturing and distribution, transport and logistics, and TMT.

Apart from her transactional expertise, Parry has a keen interest in the biotechnology sector. She has assisted promising start-ups with fundraising, employee stock ownership plans, and corporate governance.

In addition, she has worked with top ASX-listed and international biotech giants on their product development and visualisation needs. Before her stint with HWL Ebsworth, Parry ran her own legal practice for over a year, and was part of the litigation team at Herbert Smith Freehills.

“For clients focussed on the health and biotechnology sector, Marianna joining Hunt & Hunt brings an additional scope of expertise beyond the traditional legal offering,” said Nick Miller, Hunt & Hunt’s corporate and commercial team leader. “This specialised skill set, along with Marianna’s passion in this space, will enable us to really grow our offering to our clients in these sectors.”

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