Gilbert + Tobin is set to increase its market-leading position across a number of key practice groups with the announcement of six new partner promotions and four special counsel, effective 1 July 2019.
Gilbert + Tobin has won the Most Innovative Law Firm in Asia-Pacific (Asia-Pacific headquartered), Legal Innovator of the Year (Sam Nickless) and Innovation in Technology (for dd<i>) at the annual FT Innovative Lawyers Awards held in Hong Kong.
Gilbert + Tobin partner Simon Lynch has been named ‘Lawyer of the Year – Banking + Finance – Australia’ in the Finance Monthly Legal Awards 2019. The Awards recognise the achievements of lawyers and law firms who have delivered exceptional results for their clients over the past 12 months.
Partner and Head of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Neil Pathak speaks to Your Money about why M&A is thriving within the Australian context. Neil also discusses what market and economic conditions led to the large amount of activity in this area and the direction M&A is heading in the future.
Gilbert + Tobin (G+T) has assisted global financial institutions Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Natixis in the S$450 million syndicated debt financing to AirTrunk – a leading provider of hyperscale data centres in the Asia-Pacific region – to fund its expansion across Asia and to build the largest neutral data centre in Singapore (at 60 megawatts).
Gilbert + Tobin has featured prominently in the Best Lawyers in Australia survey, including being named 2020 Law Firm of the Year in two key categories – Corporate Law and Private Equity Law. In addition, 92% of the firm’s partners were recognised as market-leading experts in their area of specialisation.
Gilbert + Tobin has advised Shaw and Partners Limited (Shaw and Partners) on the sale of 51 per cent of its shares to SIX Swiss Exchange-listed EFG International and associated shareholder arrangements.