Mr David Zwi > Thomson Geer > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Thomson Geer
Level 14, 60 Martin Place

Work Department

Corporate; Mergers & Acquisitions




David leads the firm’s Sydney Corporate team. He is an experienced and well regarded legal adviser to listed public companies, private equity funds, large and medium sized private companies, and other business entities. David works extensively with the CEOs, CFOs, Executive Directors, and other executives of his clients who value his commitment to, and focus on, maximising the commercial outcomes they seek.

David’s expertise includes takeovers, private equity transactions, capital raisings, advising on divestments, mergers by way of schemes of arrangement and other joint venture arrangements, and a broad range of one off commercial transactions. He is also an experienced and skilled negotiator, and is recognised for his innovative and results oriented approach.

David is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s Corporate Finance Liaison Committee.


  • Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
  • Member of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s Corporate Finance Liaison Committee


  • Bachelor of Arts, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Bachelor of Laws, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales

Lawyer Rankings

Australia > Corporate and M&A

Thomson Geer expanded its offering in Western Australia with the addition of a resources-focused team from DLA Piper, strengthening the office led by Michael Bowen. Elsewhere, the firm has continued to record consistent deal numbers in public M&A and private equity transactions, with Melbourne’s Loretta Reynolds a standout performer within the space. Alongside transactions, the firm also regularly advises boards and executives on corporate governance and strategic considerations. Key names in the team include Melbourne-based Adam Brooks, Brisbane’s Eugene Fung, and the Sydney-based pair of Dan Kramer and David Zwi.