Catherine has wide-ranging experience in corporate law and has practised in both Australia and the UK. She is acknowledged for her experience in equity capital markets transactions and has acted in a large number of multi-jurisdictional matters in this field.
Catherine regularly advises Australian and international clients on initial public offerings, capital raisings, schemes of arrangement, private acquisitions and disposals, joint ventures, ASX Listing Rules, Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) compliance, as well as corporate governance.
Audinate Group Limited
Advising on IPO and ASX listing and subsequent institutional placements to fund growth.
Pivotal Systems Corporation
Advising US semiconductor company on its IPO and listing of CHESS Depositary Interests on ASX and on its novel revenue based preferred stock financing.
Advising US technology company on its IPO and listing of CHESS Depositary Interests on ASX.
Advising Australian video technology company on its IPO and ASX listing and subsequent private placements and acquisition of a UK technology business.
Janison Education Group Limited
Advising on acquisition of LTC Holdings Pty Limited and institutional placemat to fund acquisition.
"I have a high degree of confidence in her knowledge and her ability to get us through. She can say what the problems are, the timescales and makes the process less stressful."
Client feedback to Chambers Asia Pacific
"Very knowledgeable, communicative and results-oriented"
Chambers Asia Pacific
"Excellent facilitator and a taskmaster who gets us through hurdles."
Chambers Asia Pacific
Advising on tech company IPOs
Maddocks has advised US-based tech company Pivotal Systems on their successful IPO and listing on the ASX
Maddocks advises Atomos on its successful capital raising
Maddocks has advised global video technology company Atomos Limited on its $10.9 million capital raising.
Maddocks advises Pivotal Systems on novel financing structure
Maddocks has advised US-based tech company Pivotal Systems Corporation
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COVID-19 and corporate governance
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