Mr Brad Husband > Corrs Chambers Westgarth > Melbourne, Australia > Lawyer Profile
Corrs Chambers Westgarth Offices
LEVEL 36, BOURKE PLACE
600 BOURKE STREET
MELBOURNE, VIC 3000
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Mr Brad Husband
Banking & Finance / Corporate Finance / Property & Development Finance / Property & Real Estate.
Brad leads Corrs’ cross-disciplinary Property Finance Team in Melbourne, which includes finance, property, planning and construction expertise.
He advises local and international financiers, developers and funds on residential, hotel, industrial and commercial developments and acquisitions. He has acted for financiers on most of the major residential and hotel developments in Melbourne in recent years.
Brad is a keen follower of industry trends, and is often called on to advise on property industry issues such as presale and pre-commitment requirements in the Australian property finance market, settlement risk and FIRB requirements. Brad has assisted all of the major banks on digitisation, in particular the transition to electronic conveyancing, and use of digital signatures and electronic contracts.
Law Institute of Victoria Member.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth provides a ‘commercially pragmatic view‘ when instructed on lending and restructuring mandates, acquisition, infrastructure and project finance transactions, derivatives and corporate finance affairs. The team, which is led by the broad expertise of Rommel Harding-Farrenberg, is equipped to support all parties to a transaction including national and international banks, non-bank financial institutions, and major multinational companies, counting the food and beverages, financial services, construction, real estate, and aquaculture sectors as its key fields. The practice’s leveraged and acquisition finance capabilities were recently bolstered by the high-profile arrival of John Mosley from MinterEllison who supplements a back bench which includes international finance specialist, Brad Husband, as well as special counsel Megan Russell, adept in the financing of a various asset types. Named lawyers form part of the Sydney office with the exception of Husband who works from Melbourne. The team has been further boosted with the arrival of Adam Stapledon and James Abbott from Allen & Overy LLP in early 2022.
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