Holland Beckett expands partnership with two

The firm now has a total of 16 partners

Holland Beckett expands partnership with two
Natasha van der Wal, Will Dymock

Holland Beckett has promoted Will Dymock and Natasha van der Wal to partner, expanding the firm’s partnership to 16.

Dymock brings a wealth of experience in finance, corporate, restructuring, and commercial transactions. He has worked with financial institutions and both small and large businesses on asset finance, general corporate lending, property finance and corporate finance.

He is a specialist in aviation and asset finance and leasing. His international clients include aircraft lessors, lessees/airlines and other aviation market participants.

Dymock was previously a senior associate with Clifford Chance’s global asset finance team, and worked in Singapore for six years. He commenced with Holland Beckett in 2021.

van der Wal is an expert in property law, commercial law and Māori legal issues. She joined Holland Beckett as a senior solicitor in 2016.

She has advised on complex property issues such as subdivisions and development, the acquisition and disposal of residential, rural and commercial properties; and commercial leasing and licencing matters. She also works with the firm’s Māori legal unit, handling Māori property matters like partitions, large commercial developments, iwi social housing and Papakainga.

van der Wal has worked with local government, individuals, Māori trusts, Māori incorporations and post settlement governance entities. Moreover, she has represented clients in the Māori Land Court.

The promotions took effect on 1 April.

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