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Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance | Asia-Pacific

Australia

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Band 1
  1. Allens
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    Allens
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 1 | 13 Years Ranked
    Allens is noted for its leading full-service practice with top-tier domestic and international bank clients, as well as global corporates and funds. The firm possesses a market-leading acquisition finance practice with notable strengths in the areas of defence and logistics acquisitions, and is very well regarded for property financing and large syndicated corporate financing. The team is prominent in asset finance and leasing, operating across all major asset classes, notably including aircraft and automotive. Allens is also able to leverage its alliance with the global Linklaters network to further assist clients. Its key clients include Woolworths, IFM Investors and Zenith Energy.
  2. Gilbert + Tobin
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    Gilbert + Tobin
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 1 | 12 Years Ranked
    Gilbert + Tobin boasts a top-tier practice advising market-leading acquisition finance players and possessing strong expertise with regard to large corporate refinancings. The firm has extensive experience acting on complex financings for private equity sponsors, banks and corporations. Its banking and finance team handles cross-border deals, especially those involving US private equity and US term loan B markets. It also enjoys an established reputation acting for both borrowers and lenders, including international investment banks. Key clients include Aware Super, Alinta Energy and Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
  3. Ashurst
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 1
  4. Herbert Smith Freehills
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 1
  5. King & Wood Mallesons
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 1
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Band 2
  1. Clayton Utz
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    Clayton Utz
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 2 | 13 Years Ranked
    Clayton Utz has a considerable reputation for acquisition financing arrangements and the refinancing of corporate facilities. The banking team advises a variety of borrowers and financiers on the financing of property acquisitions and developments with complex and cross-jurisdictional elements. The firm acts on large-scale domestic and cross-border financing for an impressive list of banking, investment and brokerage clients. It offers clients a full range of integrated services across the commercial and front-end banking practice areas to support clients on major LBO, MBO and IPO mandates. Its key clients include Blackstone, New Forests and Clean Energy Finance.
  2. Corrs Chambers Westgarth
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    Corrs Chambers Westgarth
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 2 | 13 Years Ranked
    Corrs Chambers Westgarth boasts an established team targeting quality corporate and real estate acquisitions. The team is experienced acting on cross-border mandates for borrowers and lenders, especially supporting international financiers with their Australian activity, and has established credentials assisting foreign private equity clients with Australia financing arrangements and repricing. The law firm acts on a wide range of property matters including acquisitions, developments and refinancings. Its key clients include Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs and Tritium DCFC.
  3. 2
    MinterEllison
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 2 | 13 Years Ranked
    MinterEllison maintains a market-leading property financing practice acting on substantial facilities for real estate acquisitions and construction projects, including green loan facilities. The firm is recognised for its expertise in acting for borrowers and lenders across infrastructure acquisitions as well as asset finance and leasing matters, especially in the aviation sector. The team has established relationships with leading domestic banks and multinational investment banks, as well as with prominent non-bank lenders. Key clients include AMP Capital, Bolton Clarke and Qantas.
  4. Norton Rose Fulbright
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 2
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Band 3
  1. Allen & Overy LLP
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    Allen & Overy LLP
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 3 | 12 Years Ranked
    Allen & Overy has a strong cross-border practice advising borrowers and lenders on corporate finance matters, including structured lending arrangements. The banking and finance team is proficient in structuring multicurrency credit facilities and is able to draw on expertise from the firm's global reach to supplement its capability in multi-jurisdictional transactions. Its clients include domestic and international banks and financial institutions, private equity firms and high-profile corporations. Its key clients include Ventia, Forum Partners and Oaktree.
  2. 3
    Baker McKenzie
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 3 | 13 Years Ranked
    Baker McKenzie is well regarded for its considerable bank-side work in the property sector, assisting lenders with the provision and refinancing of sizeable cross-border facilities. The firm frequently acts for major clients in the renewable energy sphere on significant financing transactions in this sector. The firm leverages its large network of international offices to handle cross-jurisdictional mandates. Its key clients include CEP.Energy, Virtus and Westpac.
  3. Clifford Chance
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    Clifford Chance
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 3 | 3 Years Ranked
    Clifford Chance is noted for its robust team of banking and finance practitioners with a proven ability to deliver on acquisition finance, including cross-border mandates. The firm possesses additional expertise in corporate finance transactions and regularly acts for major multinational lenders. Its key clients include Bluescope, Webuild and Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
  4. Dentons
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    Dentons
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 3 | 10 Years Ranked
    Dentons maintains a well-regarded practice acting for the major banks on the financing arrangements for property developments and acquisitions. The team offers domestic and cross-border expertise in syndicated and bilateral corporate finance and bank lending. The law firm has a strong bank-side practice, counting domestic and overseas banks among its clients, but also advises borrowers, funds and government agencies on various banking and finance matters. Its key clients include ING, Macquarie Group and Moneytech Finance.
  5. Arnold Bloch Leibler
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 3
  6. Johnson Winter Slattery
    Banking & Finance: Corporate Finance
    2024 | Band 3