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Firm Profile

 

With 54 partners and more than 400 staff, Henry Davis York is a leading law firm which practises nationally from its base in Sydney. The firm specialises in financial services and the NSW Government sector and has an office in Brisbane dedicated to providing on-the-ground advice on restructuring, insolvency, banking disputes and recoveries to the Queensland market.

 
Henry Davis York is known as a firm that delivers excellence and value across all of its specialist areas of Banking & Finance, Restructuring & Insolvency, Property & Construction, Environment & Planning, Dispute Resolution, Financial Services, Corporate & Commercial and Workplace Relations & Safety. We are proud to be internationally recognised for having a leading banking and financial services practice and for our pre-eminence as advisers to the NSW public sector.
 
We partner with an impressive list of clients who recognise our unique approach to delivering technical excellence with the commercial edge that creates the real value for their business. Our clients include the top four Australian banks, international financial services organisations and fund managers, market authorities, ASX and foreign listed companies, NSW Government agencies, property groups and a diverse range of privately held companies.
 
Ranked in the top tier by Euromoney's International Financial Law Review, winner of ALB's 2010 Insolvency and Restructuring Deal of the Year award and named "Australia's Leading Insolvency Practice" by Corporate International, Henry Davis York shines when it comes to matters of commercial distress. 
 
Henry Davis York's insolvency group is Australia's largest. It is recognised for its ability to bring a commercial focus to difficult situations, communicate effectively with its clients and to structure transactions innovatively and with a result driven outcome.
 
The firm is widely acknowledged amongst peers and the industry as Australia's leading restructuring law firm.
 
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