Doyle’s Guide’s coverage of the area of Banking & Finance law details leading firms and lawyers on both a national and state by state basis.
Firms and lawyers covered under this area practice in the broader area of Banking and Finance law. Our focus is principally upon the transactional and borrower/lender elements of banking and finance however where relevant, editorial commentary makes reference to product development and advisory as well as compliance and regulation issues.
Due to the smaller nature of the Australian market specialisation within areas such as Asset Finance and Project Finance is rare and thus the limited pool of practitioners and possible authoritative client side referees sees an accurate listing of such somewhat difficult. Editorial commentary relevant to the specific capabilities of firms and individuals within more specialised aspects of finance is included in our full subscription packages.
The contentious aspects of banking and finance law are dealt with in the Insolvency & Reconstruction section.
The key differentiating aspect of Doyle’s Guide’s research is that we do not court or require the participation of firms in our research.
We do not request or accept any form of paid profiling or advertising from law firms, barristers chambers or individual legal professionals. We view this editorial independence as our point of difference from other legal directories.
Doyle’s Guide’s research is principally conducted by way of telephone client and peer interviews. Interviews are typically impromptu and the duration of each interview is determined by the interviewee. All comments during interview are made on a non-attributable basis.
In conducting research for the 2010 Banking & Finance section we canvassed both clients and peers. On the client side our principal sources of client referees were various levels of in-house counsel within Australian financial institutions.
To find the listing of leading banking and finance firms or lawyers you’re looking for you can either click on the relevant link below or simply search for “banking” and the jurisdiction you’re interested in.