Mr Brad Robinson > Corrs Chambers Westgarth > Melbourne, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Corrs Chambers Westgarth
LEVEL 36, BOURKE PLACE
600 BOURKE STREET
MELBOURNE, VIC 3000
Australia

Work Department

Banking & Finance / Capital Markets / Corporate / Financial Services / Major Projects & Infrastructure.

Position

Partner.

Career

Specialising in international and domestic debt capital markets, infrastructure and project finance and corporate finance, Brad advises borrowers, banks and institutional fixed income investors on major debt financing transactions with clients including ANZ, Westpac, CBA, Macquarie Bank, JP Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and IFM Investors. Equally at home with bank debt, capital markets or multisource financings in the investment or sub investment grade spaces,  Brad creates value for his clients through his in depth knowledge of debt markets.

Memberships

Law Institute of Victoria Member.

Lawyer Rankings

Australia > Capital markets

(Leading individuals: Capital markets: debt)

Brad RobinsonCorrs Chambers Westgarth

(Hall of Fame)

Brad RobinsonCorrs Chambers Westgarth

Corrs Chambers Westgarth‘s capital markets department provides specialist advice across debt and equity capital markets, securitisation, and structured finance. The DCM and securitisation groups, led by Melbourne-based Brad Robinson, continue to be active on a number of large matters; an area of particular strength is in warehouse securitisation transactions. Jointly led by Sandy Mak in Sydney and Jeremy Horwood in Brisbane, the ECM offering is known for its expertise advising clients in the mining and resources sector, as well as continuing to grow its reputation among clients in the investment vehicles sector.

Australia > Banking and finance

The wide-ranging and experienced banking and finance department at Corrs Chambers Westgarth is regularly called on to handle large, complex transactions for major domestic and international clients, including the major Australian banks. The practice handles the full scope of work in this area, from acquisition finance through to bond financing and alternative financing. Sydney-based group head Rommel Harding-Farrenberg has expertise across areas including corporate and structured finance and acquisition finance. Based out of Melbourne and Sydney respectively, Brad Husband and Henry Self are co-heads of the highly active property finance team. Other key names in the team include Brad Robinson in Melbourne, who routinely advises top bank lenders, and Simon Reid in Sydney, whose practice encompasses acquisition financing and real estate finance. A more junior lawyer to note is the ‘outstanding‘ Sydney-based special counsel Megan Russell, whose practice spans corporate, acquisition, and property finance.