Dianne is a banking and finance lawyer.
She acts on behalf of a range of financiers including banks, private lenders, and receivables and trade & equipment financiers, as well as corporate borrowers.
Dianne’s expertise covers syndicated lending, debt securities, debtor finance, asset finance and project finance. She also has a background in property law and has a strong understanding of real property and construction-related financing.
acting for a financier under a subordinated note issue, including preparing a note issue deed and related security documents
acting for a major debtor financier in connection with a complex combined chattel mortgage facility and a debtor finance facility involving a limit of $13 million
acting for a private lender in a syndicated facility arrangement involving a project value of $8 million
acting for a bank in financing the acquisition of real property and a business on a multinational scale
preparing a range of facility and security documents, including loan agreements, letters of offer, mortgages and ancillary transaction documents
structuring facilities and preparing new precedent documents for finance companies
preparing transactional documents for receivables financing facilities
facilitating medium to large transactions from initial instructions through to completion
advising clients on theapplication of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth), National Credit Code and aspects of the Corporations Act 2001(Cth) (including financial assistance and related party transactions)
reviewing and advising on facility documents and term sheets
Memberships and Associations
Law Institute of Victoria
Women in Insolvency and Reconstruction Victoria
Bachelor of Laws (Deakin University)
Bachelor of Arts (Deakin University)
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice