KEMP STRANG PLANS BRISBANE LAUNCH

KEMP STRANG PLANS BRISBANE LAUNCH

KEMP Strang has announced its move to Brisbane, only five months after opening a Melbourne office.

The firm specialises on the matters of banking and finance, property, education, not-for-profit and sport.

The Brisbane office will be headed by partners Glen Williams and Paul Wong, both from Kemp Strang’s former Brisbane affiliate law firm Thynne & Macartney.

Kemp Strang managing partner Michael Joseph (pictured) says Williams and Wong have a wealth of experience in banking and finance.

“Glen has provided dispute resolution services for banks, financial institutions and commercial enterprises for over 20 years, and is also a specialist in insolvency,” says Joseph.

“Paul has 15 years’ experience in banking and finance, specialising in several facets of transactional banking and finance and also acting for banks and insolvency practitioners in the realisation of assets.

“We are excited about being able to service our Brisbane and Melbourne clients with our own lawyers on the ground in those centres.”


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