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International lawyer flies in to Nexus

International lawyer flies in to Nexus

Brett Eagle, Nexus Law Group

New York- and NSW-qualified lawyer Brett Eagle has joined Nexus Law Group as its latest consulting principal in Sydney.

Mr Eagle (pictured) is admitted as an attorney in New York, and as a solicitor in NSW.

He specialises in complex, multi-jurisdictional transactions in the areas of public and private corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, investment funds formation, as well as structuring and global reorganisations.

He has experience providing global and domestic legal services to emerging and mid-stage companies, as well as to larger, publicly held multinational corporations through his role as principal of Eagle Corporate Advisers.

He has structured and negotiated various forms of preferred equity financing and secured and unsecured debt facilities, completed M&A transactions and advised on domestic and global corporate structures for clients in the USA, Hong Kong and China, the UK, the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, France and other countries around the world.

Nexus Law Group founder Marcus McCarthy said Mr Eagle’s international experience and forward-thinking approach to finding solutions for clients made him an ideal addition to Nexus.

“The strength of our dispersed law firm model is to harness a wide range of experience throughout our network,” Mr McCarthy said.

“Our point of difference for clients is that we are not constrained by four walls, instead we are able to effectively and efficiently offer our clients access to the skills and knowledge they require.”

Nexus law group also recently appointed Valentina Jovanoska and Jae Kang as consulting principals in Sydney, Belinda Crosbie to head up its Newcastle office and Deepesh Daya as a consulting principal in Melbourne.

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