Olivia is a partner in Gilbert + Tobin’s Corporate Advisory group specialising in advising on private capital transactions, public and private mergers and acquisitions and corporate and securities laws issues. 

    Olivia works closely with a diverse range of high-profile clients, including private equity firms, multinational corporations, technology companies, and listed entities. She has advised on significant transactions, demonstrating her expertise in navigating complex corporate and securities law issues and providing strategic guidance to her clients.

    Olivia is a Director of the Gilbert + Tobin Foundation and holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of Western Australia.


    Olivia’s experience includes advising:

    • KKR on its proposed acquisition of Perpetual’s corporate trust and wealth management business for $2.175 billion. 
    • American Industrial Partners on the acquisition of Boart Longyear Group Limited by way of plan of arrangement under Canadian law valuing Boart Longyear at A$543 million. 
    • Quadrant Growth Fund on its investment in the Cevo, Arinco and D6 businesses. 
    • Afterpay Limited on the A$39 billion acquisition of Afterpay by NYSE listed Square, Inc. by way of scheme of arrangement. 
    • Damstra Holdings Limited, an ASX-listed technology company, on its acquisition by Ideagen Limited by way of scheme of arrangement. 
    • Automic Group on its acquisition of Advanced Share Registry by way of scheme of arrangement.
    • Quadrant Private Equity on the demerger of QMS Media’s sport business, TGI Sport and subsequent sale of a strategic stake in TGI Sport to Bruin Sports Capital. 
    • Isentia Group, an Australian-based media monitoring business, on its acquisition by Access Intelligence Plc via a scheme of arrangement. 
    • Adore Beauty on its IPO and ASX listing.
    • Peter Warren on its IPO and ASX listing. 
    • Universal Store on its IPO and ASX listing. 
    • TPG Capital on is acquisition of ASX-listed Greencross Limited, by way of scheme of arrangement for $970m.