Mr Dan Kramer > Thomson Geer > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Thomson Geer
Level 14, 60 Martin Place
SYDNEY NSW 2000
Australia
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Work Department

Corporate; Mergers & Acquisitions

Position

Partner

Career

Dan is an experienced corporate lawyer with extensive domestic and international experience across a broad range of industries including technology, health, telecommunications, media, food & beverages, manufacturing, energy and resources.

Dan specialises in mergers and acquisitions (including acting for private equity funds in the acquisition and divestment of portfolio companies), fundraisings, energy and resource projects, and general commercial and corporate contracts.

Dan has an excellent appreciation of the commercial and legal drivers and is able to think creatively and provide effective solutions to achieve client outcomes.

He is a member of the Australian Venture Capital Association and AMPLA.

Memberships

  • Australian Venture Capital Association Limited
  • AMPLA, The Resources & Energy Law Association

Education

  • Higher Diploma in Company Law, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
  • Bachelor of Laws and Arts, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales and High Court of South Africa

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.

Comparative Guides

Australia: Mergers & Acquisitions April 2022 This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Mergers & Acquisitions laws and regulations that may occur in Australia.