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Special counsel defects from Corrs

Special counsel defects from Corrs

Amy Tin, McCullough Robertson

A banking and finance lawyer has joined McCullough Robertson from Corrs Chambers Westgarth.

Amy Tin has joined McCullough Robertson’s Sydney office as a special counsel in its banking and finance practice.

Ms Tin has spent the last six years at Corrs Chambers Westgarth advising financiers and corporate entities on a broad range of domestic and cross-border financing transactions in the acquisition, real estate, general corporate and project finance spaces.

Banking and finance partner David Gilham joined McCullough Robertson in June 2015 from Henry Davis York, and prior to that worked at Corrs with Ms Tin.

“Amy will play a key role in developing and broadening our banking and finance offering in Sydney in particular, and more generally will add to the strength of our offering in Newcastle and Brisbane too,” Mr Gilham said.

“Our work in this area is expanding quickly and Amy’s appointment will allow us to manage this growth and ensure that we have the capacity to independently manage major transactions as well as support our large Projects and Property teams as required.”

McCullough Robertson recently lost partner Sarah Blakelock to big four accounting firm KPMG, but appointed special counsel Jennifer Turner from King & Wood Mallesons.

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