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Superannuation specialist joins Hall & Wilcox

Superannuation specialist joins Hall & Wilcox

Anne MacNamara, Hall & Wilcox

Anne MacNamara has left a national firm to join Hall & Wilcox as a partner in its financial services practice.

Ms MacNamara (pictured) has joined Hall & Wilcox’s Sydney office from Holding Redlich, where she had been for less than two years following 10 years at Henry Davis York.

She has worked extensively in superannuation and taxation law, including on regulatory reforms and how they impact superannuation fund product offerings, licensing, disclosure, fee arrangements and outsourcing arrangements.

Hall & Wilcox managing partner Tony Macvean said Ms MacNamara has established a strong reputation in the superannuation and financial services industries.

“Anne’s commercial approach and willingness to embrace innovation fits nicely with Hall & Wilcox’s commitment to smarter law,” Mr Macvean said.

“Her appointment also reflects our intention to add Sydney capability to cater for our growing client base in that city.”

This year Hall & Wilcox has also appointed partner Stephen Klotz from Norton Rose Fulbright, as well as partners Marina Raulings and Nick Slack from MinterEllison.

The firm also opened a Caneberra office in January led by partner Matthew Needham, along with three legal and two support staff, all formerly of Sparke Helmore.



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