Dentons Kensington Swan brings in corporate star

The firm's newest partner also has expertise in commercial and energy matters

Dentons Kensington Swan brings in corporate star
Gerard Dale

Dentons Kensington Swan has brought in corporate star Gerard Dale as its newest partner.

Dale previously headed up a leading corporate practice in the South Island. He brings to the table 12 years of guiding domestic and international organisations and investors through complex transactions and inter-jurisdictional matters in New Zealand.

He has tackled issues in the corporate and commercial, project, mining and resources, financial services and healthcare sectors for over 20 years.

“I am delighted that Gerard has joined our business. The breadth of his expertise and genuine drive to help clients will help us continue to bring the best and brightest of our growing corporate and commercial team to bear on the opportunities our clients are looking to capitalise on,” Dentons Kensington Swan CEO Charles Spillane said.

The firm added that Dale’s appointment showcased its commitment to building its expertise in the “new normal” environment.

“I’m very excited to have joined the Dentons Kensington Swan partnership. I was drawn to the firm’s reputation for having not only an outstanding culture and people, but also the ability to practice internationally through the Dentons global network,” Dale said.

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