Corporate law specialist Felicity Daley has returned to Corrs Chambers Westgarth as Special Counsel in the Corporate Advisory team based in Sydney.
After three years as senior in-house counsel at AMP, Felicity has made the move back to private practice.
Felicity’s experience in mergers and acquisitions, equity capital markets, venture capital and corporate advisory began more than 10 years ago. Since then she has advised on many market transforming corporate deals including the investment by an Australian company into the largest pension provider in China, and while previously at Corrs, the demerger of the Fosters and Treasury Wine Estates businesses and restructure and wind-down of the Challenger Infrastructure Fund.
During the last three years, Felicity has advised on a range of financial services and FinTech transactions while at AMP, including fund reconstructions, tier 2 capital raisings, innovative product and service offerings and dealer group transactions.
Felicity has deep expertise advising on technology and financial services transactions and a wealth of experience in relation to the establishment and financing of emerging companies.
Corrs partner and CEO John W.H. Denton AO warmly welcomed Felicity back to the firm. “Felicity has developed strong business acumen and excellent technical skills. She will be an asset to Corrs’ innovative approach to providing legal services to our clients.”
About Felicity Daley
Felicity is a mergers and acquisitions, equity capital markets, venture capital and corporate advisory specialist, with extensive experience advising financial services and technology companies. Felicity is known for her ability to navigate complex transactions and influence multiple stakeholders to drive successful matter outcomes for her clients.
Felicity is a lawyer who understands business and legal risk management. She combines her extensive technical knowledge of the law with strong business acumen developed in-house at a leading ASX listed corporation to deliver decisive and pragmatic advice to her clients.
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