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Dentons welcomes back banking and finance specialist

Dentons welcomes back banking and finance specialist

David Morgan

Dentons has announced an experienced banking and finance specialist has rejoined its Sydney office.

David Morgan (pictured) has taken on his new role in the firm's Sydney office, bringing with him over 15 years’ of both local and international experience in banking and finance matters.

Throughout his career, Mr Morgan has advised banks and other financial institutions on complex transactions. According to a statement from Dentons, clients come to Mr Morgan for assistance due to his “wide-ranging knowledge” and significant expertise in having worked on both sides of transactions.

Dentons chief executive officer, Australia, Ian Dardis said the appointment of Mr Morgan will bolster its banking and finance practice substantially.

“Dentons has a leading banking and finance practice in Australia, and David’s reappointment will further strengthen our client offering,” Mr Dardis said.

“Dentons’ clients will benefit from David’s multi-region experience and his ability to navigate the most complex of financial transactions.”

Meanwhile, Mr Morgan said hes delighted to rejoin the firm, noting that its recent entry into the Australian market has already seen it nab a strong position.

“It’s an exciting time to be a part of Dentons in Sydney,” Mr Morgan said, commenting on his new role.

“The firm is in a particularly strong position with its domestic panel appointments, plus a truly global network which has seen and will continue to see work flow in from offshore.

“On a personal level, I have been touched by the warm welcome I have received on my return to the firm.”


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