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Craig is a banking and finance lawyer with over 30 years' specialist experience in securities law, financial product regulation, restructuring and insolvency.
He has extensive experience advising clients across a variety of industries including financial services, manufacturing, mining and resources, property development, agriculture, tourism and transport.
Craig is one of Australia's leading experts in securities law. He has written numerous publications and presented to many conferences and seminars on this and related topics. He was a member of the Australian Attorney General's Consultative Committee on Personal Property Securities Reform.
During his career Craig has practised in Sydney, Brisbane and Toronto, Canada.
For Infrastructure Capital Group, Liberty OneSteel, the BMD Group, Beach Energy and Bengal Energy.
Refinancing InterGen’s interest in the Callide C Power Station.
Regularly advising banks, non-bank financiers, insolvency practitioners, manufacturers, suppliers and energy and resources companies regarding the Personal Property Securities Act.
Advising in connection with the administration of Arrium Group.
Various structured asset financings involving major items of mining equipment, railway rolling stock, ships, aircraft, receivables and inventory.
Named lawyer of the year in project finance and development practice
Recognised as a key lawyer in banking and finance
Named lawyer of the year for banking and finance Law
Recognised in asset finance, banking and finance, commerical, construction/infrastructure, debt capital markets, insolvency and reorganization and project finance and development practice law
The status of power of attorney clauses and “step-in rights” provisions under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) remains an issue.
Will your security interest expire on 30 January 2019?
When refinancing inventory, gaining 'super priority' for a purchase money security interest (PMSI) over existing general security interests is paramount to protecting the investment made by the...