Scott Cameron (pictured) has returned to Brisbane after working for a period of time in the Moscow office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
The former magic circle firm lawyer is now a partner in the banking, property and finance team of Kemp Strang.
Mr Cameron advises national and multi-lateral organisations across a wide range of domestic and cross-border finance transactions. He has also assisted clients with debt restructurings and secondary debt trading. A statement from Kemp Strang said that his practice focused on financial institutions, sponsors, corporate borrowers, trading houses, agents and trustees.
Kemp Strang managing partner Michael Joseph said Mr Cameron’s broad experience in financing transactions across continents and different market sectors made him a trusted advisor.
“Scott’s skills add to and complement our existing team of recognised banking and finance experts,” Mr Joseph said.
The firm announced Mr Cameron’s appointment following Kemp Strang’s recent recognition in the Legal 500 for its banking and finance expertise.
“Over the last four years our firm has undergone, and continues to undergo, significant transformation and development. The recognition of the team by its clients and peers is testament to their efforts,” Mr Joseph said.
“Scott’s appointment in the Brisbane market further enhances the firm’s credentials as it evolves to meet client and market expectations,” he added.