Acquisition & Leveraged Finance - Australia

Bringing the latest insights and legal expertise to acquisition and leveraged finance deals

We structure, negotiate and document deals in a timely and efficient manner, and seamlessly draw upon the firm's extensive resources including M&A, tax and regulatory - as and when required.

This experience, coupled with our active involvement with the industry bodies, means we bring the latest market developments and insights to any transaction, resulting in an optimal solution for our clients.

The breadth and depth of our global acquisition and leveraged finance team means we can readily deploy resources to structure and implement deals, regardless of their size, in our domestic market, as well as cross-border. 

Our track record

We act for the whole spectrum of industry players, including financiers, private equity sponsors, asset managers, mezzanine finance providers and corporates.

Our expertise

We advise on a broad range of acquisition financings including both public and private acquisitions:
  • Debt funded M&As
  • Privatisations
  • Leveraged buyouts and buy-ins, including MBOs, MBIs and Public to Privates
  • Recapitalisations
  • Restructurings.

We have a full team specialising in this area.

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