National law firm promotes three new partners

A New Zealand legal firm has expanded both its Auckland and Wellington teams through some brand new partner appointments

National law firm promotes three new partners
Commercial and public law firm, Buddle Findlay, has announced the appointment of three new partners to its team: Miriam Andrews, Nick Bragg and Amy Ryburn.
Andrews is based in Auckland in the banking and financial services team.
She has both legal and commercial experience in a range of areas including portfolio sales & acquisitions, syndicated loans, property finance, agri-funding and acquisition finance.
Bragg is an Auckland-based specialist in corporate and commercial law. He has experience in M&A, capital markets & securities transactions, commercial contracts, and corporate governance.
Ryburn is based in Wellington and is an expert in TMT (technology, media & telecommunications), commercial contracting, and procurement.
She has worked with a range of clients including listed firms, state-owned enterprises, government departments and start-ups. Her specific area of interest is large-scale ICT project work spanning from the initial procurement stages through to contract drafting and negotiation.

CORRECTION: an earlier version of this article implied that these partners were taken from outside the firm, when in actual fact they were promoted from within the firm - this has now been corrected.

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