A specialist banking and financial services team has moved from Hunt & Hunt to Piper Alderman.
Partner Shannon Adams (pictured), special counsel Joshua Annese, senior associate Elaine Cheung and paralegal Nikki Grant joined Piper Alderman earlier this month.
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The team specialises in financial services regulation and compliance, commercial arrangements involving financial services providers, lending transactions and securities enforcement.
Managing partner Tony Britten-Jones said: “Shannon and his team are a great fit for Piper Alderman.”
Mr Adams has experience in mutual financial institutions and the regulation of consumer credit.
He is a deputy chair of the Law Council of Australia’s financial services committee and a director of World Vision Australia and World Vision International.
In November last year, former King & Wood Mallesons lawyer Julian Grover was appointed as special counsel in Piper Alderman’s national IP practice.
Pictured (left to right): Elaine Cheung, Joshua Annese, Shannon Adams, Nikki Grant.