KCL Law brings in new principal lawyer for corporate advisory practice

Marcus Best has over three decades of experience tackling complex transactions

KCL Law brings in new principal lawyer for corporate advisory practice

KCL Law has brought in Marcus Best as a principal lawyer for its corporate advisory practice.

Best brings over three decades of experience and has tackled complex transactions. He has guided high-profile M&A deals as well as projects and infrastructure matters.

He advised Cheung Kong Holdings Limited on its takeover of Envestra Limited and acted for 7-Eleven Stores Pty Ltd when it acquired Mobil's national network of retail service station sites.

KCL Law CEO Davina Onas said that Best’s experience would also provide learning and development opportunities for the firm’s junior lawyers.


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