Chapman Tripp has announced the promotion of seven senior associates.
Daniel Kenyon is based in the Auckland office Property team. He specialises in all aspects of commercial property law, with a particular focus on large-scale residential and commercial subdivision and development work, retail development leasing and commercial office leasing.
Jenny Kenyon (nee Armstrong) is in the Auckland construction and major projects team and works closely with clients on a wide range of construction matters and projects across a variety of sectors. Before joining the firm in February 2017 she had an in-house role at Vector.
Brendon Orr is based in the Auckland financial services team and specialises in financial services regulation, with expertise in managed funds, financial markets, banking, insurance and securities law.
Rebecca Tompkins in the Auckland resource management team advises public and commercial clients on the resource management and environmental aspects of large-scale infrastructure and energy projects, property development, commercial contracts, and due diligence investigations.
Vanessa Hunter is in the Auckland finance team. She specialises in acting for lenders, borrowers and sponsors on a range of bilateral and syndicated financings, re-financings and restructurings. She recently returned to New Zealand after four years working in London for a multinational law firm.
Rupesh Patel is based in the Auckland tax team and advises on a wide range of New Zealand and international tax matters including mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, corporate restructuring and reorganisations and managed funds. He recently returned from London where he worked in the corporate tax teams at two multinational law firms.
Gwyn Thurlow in the Wellington finance team is a banking and finance specialist, acting on corporate, leveraged acquisition and project finance transactions as well as financing public-private partnerships. Before joining the firm in November 2016 he worked for six years at Gilbert + Tobin, Sydney and before that at KPMG’s tax team in Auckland.