Katherine has over 13 years’ experience specialising in the areas of public and private mergers & acquisitions, equity capital markets (IPOs and secondary raisings), corporate advisory, governance and risk management.
Katherine is also a qualified and experienced ASX listed company secretary.
Katherine has led many major and complex transactions. Katherine has also worked as inhouse company secretary and legal counsel for dual listed Michael Hill Jeweller (ASX/NSX: MHJ) and holds the ASX recognised qualification, Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance.
Katherine's significant experience includes:
15 March 2023 - Knowledge
#Corporate & Commercial Law, #Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), #Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services
ASIC has launched its first court action against Mercer Superannuation for allegedly making false claims about its sustainable investment options. What can businesses learn from this case?
02 November 2022 - Knowledge
#Corporate & Commercial Law
With the deadline fast-approaching, we answer some common questions to help company directors navigate the Director ID application process and how they can lodge their application before 30 November 2022.
13 April 2022 - Knowledge
#Corporate & Commercial Law
From 15 April 2022, a raft of changes to the penalties and obligations under the Franchising Code of Conduct will be introduced as part of an ongoing reform to encourage better compliance with existing franchising legislation. We highlight five most important things that franchisors need to know and be prepared for in light of these changes.
21 Feb 24 - Melbourne
The Victorian construction industry is highly regulated with directors and officers of construction companies facing general and specific risks of personal liability for the acts of their companies. In this in-person seminar, partners Ben Marshall, Chris Brodrick and Lachlan Ingram will explore three key areas of concern for directors and officers in the construction industry.
21 Feb 24
In the first instalment of our 2024 Construction & Infrastructure webinar series, partner Christine Jones will round up the significant decisions from 2023 concerning the NSW Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act and forecast what's to come in the new year. The one-hour online session will review last year's key changes to the Act, delve into the latest adjudication statistics and explore potential trends for 2024.
22 Feb 24 - Sydney
One of the few things we can rely on is change. Our annual NSW Government lawyers CLE intensive returns as an in-person CLE day, offering a range of topics and CPD core units. This year’s program invites us to filter through the noise and refresh key concepts and skills necessary for the year ahead.