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Kassandra Adams

Senior Associate - Restructuring and Insolvency

Kassandra takes a proactive and commercial approach to her work and focuses on understanding her client’s business objectives and resolving their complex legal issues. She is trusted by clients to give supportive and practical advice in line with her extensive experience assisting with restructuring and insolvency related matters. Her friendly and supportive manner is at the heart of her interactions with her team and clients.

Kassandra has experience in formal insolvency appointments, litigation, debt recovery, distressed investing and debt trading, security analysis and contingency planning. She regularly acts for insolvency practitioners, distressed or insolvent companies and creditors. Kassandra has worked across a diverse range of industries including, aviation, technology, real estate, entertainment, mining and retail.

Prior to joining Hamilton Locke, Kassandra worked in the restructuring and insolvency teams at Clayton Utz, Baker McKenzie and Gadens.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Restructuring and Insolvency; Distressed Investing; Debt Trading

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) - Victoria University
  • ARITA Advanced Certificate in Insolvency - University of Technology Sydney
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice - Australian National University

 

SELECTED REPRESENTATIONS

  • Acting for the Administrators of Virgin Australia Limited and its subsidiaries.
  • Acting for the Administrators of Techfront Australia Pty Ltd and its subsidiaries.
  • Acting for the Administrators of Arrium Limited and its 93 subsidiaries.
  • Acting for the Administrators of Network Ten and its subsidiaries.
  • Acting for an ASX listed company (and its subsidiaries) on a restructure including an amend and extend of its $380m syndicated and bilateral financing arrangements.
  • Acting for a sponsor in relation to a proposed restructure of the $400m syndicated financing arrangements of a coal power station.

* The above representations were undertaken at a previous firm