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Restructuring/Insolvency (International Firms) - China
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As a partner in Akin Gump's financial restructuring group, Naomi’s practice focuses on cross-border restructurings, insolvencies and workouts as well as finance and alternative credit transactions and distressed investing in China, Hong Kong, Australia, India, Indonesia, Korea, London, Japan, Singapore, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands. Having practised in Australia, London and Asia, Naomi has been involved in a number of complex and high-profile restructurings including representing the voluntary administrators of Virgin Australia Holdings Limited, CW Group Holdings Ltd, Payless ShoeSource, Inc. and creditor groups of China Singyes Solar Technologies Holdings Limited, Hyflux Limited and Noble Group Limited.
Naomi was recognized in “Banking, Finance and Transactional Law” (2018) and “Women in Business Law, Insolvency and Restructuring” (2017) by Euromoney’s Expert Guides. She was also named “Best in Insolvency and Restructuring” (2016), and has been frequently shortlisted in the same category by Euromoney’s Legal Media Group Asia Women in Business Law Awards. In 2013 – 2020, she has been listed as a leading lawyer in various leading publications including Chambers Legal 500, IFLR 1000, Who’s Who Legal, and Global Restructuring Review.
LL.B. (Hons), University of Technology Sydney, 1999; B.A., University of New South Wales, 1995.
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