KEMP STRANG OPENS

KEMP STRANG OPENS
KEMP Strang opened its doors in Brisbane today.

Headed by partners Glen Williams and Paul Wong, formerly at Kemp Strang’s previously held Brisbane affiliate firm Thynne & Macartney, the firm will focus on banking and finance, dispute resolution and insolvency, and corporate advisory.

Kemp Strang managing partner Michael Joseph says the Brisbane office is “the next step” in the company’s strategy of providing a national service to clients under one banner. The firm recently opened in Melbourne as well and also operates out of Sydney.

Williams is an insolvency specialist with more than 20 years of experience providing services in dispute resolution to banks, financial institutions and commercial enterprises.

Wong has 15 years of experience in banking and finance specialising in transactional banking and finance.

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