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Banking & Finance - New Zealand
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Deemple specialises in debt capital markets, offering clients significant experience on securitisation (including covered bonds) and structured finance, financial markets regulation (including consumer credit) and derivatives. She is a trusted advisor to major banks, listed companies and government clients.
Deemple is an expert at navigating clients through complex transactions, recently acting for UDC Finance on New Zealand's largest non-bank warehouse and term securitisations. She has also advised on the establishment of securitisation and covered bond programmes and issuances under them, the establishment of the NZ Local Government Funding Agency, and assisted a number of major banks on recent changes to NZ's consumer credit laws.
Prior to joining Russell McVeagh in 2009, Deemple spent time in London working at Allen & Overy and then in Citibank’s European commercial property and securitisation team. She was admitted to practise in New Zealand in 1998.
Member of the NZ sub-committee for the Australian Securitisation Forum;
Member of the NZ Markets Disciplinary Tribunal.
Deemple co-authored the New Zealand chapter in The International Capital Markets Review 9th Edition; the New Zealand Securitisation chapter for Chambers and Partners 2021 Global Practice Guides; and the New Zealand chapter within The Law Review's Virtual Currency Regulation Review 3rd Edition.