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SUPPORTER’S REPORT .


The right choice When doing business in Australia


Australia’s resilient and diverse economy, flourishing mid-market and business-oriented corporate regulation have created ideal conditions for continued growth and investment. With eight offices spread across Australia’s major transaction centres and resource and energy hubs, Sparke Helmore Lawyers is well placed to help Chinese investors do business in Australia.


“With more than 130 years of legal and industry experience, knowledge and insight, a blue-chip client base and strong partnerships with Australia’s leading financial institutions and key industry bodies – our lawyers know how and where to find the right business solutions and opportunities for our clients.” Founded in 1882, Sparke Helmore is a leading fully integrated Australian firm that serves the needs of the


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parke Helmore is the go-to firm for companies and individuals looking to do business in the Australian SME market,” says Jesse Webb, National Managing Partner, Sparke Helmore.


banking, construction, financial services, government, infrastructure, insurance, mining, manufacturing, and property sectors. The firm’s Corporate Group consists of lawyers


who have worked in top-tier Australian and global firms, including Norton Rose, King & Wood Mallesons, Baker & Mackenzie, Freshfields, Latham & Watkins, Ashurst and Clifford Chance. The team provides world- class experience, expertise and service to blue-chip companies, institutions and high net worth individuals for mid-market corporate and finance transactions in a range of industries, including technology, media,





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THE STRUCTURE


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