Craig Chapman is a banking and finance lawyer based in Brisbane.
Craig has over 20 years banking experience and combines local knowledge with Sydney and international experience at another major City law firm in London. Craig’s experience includes syndicated and bilateral debt facilities, debt capital markets transactions, project finance and general corporate and institutional finance.
Craig focuses on financing transactions in the infrastructure, mining and resources, transport, property and construction, agribusiness, energy and general corporate sectors. He also has considerable experience in debt advisory, debt restructuring and debt recovery work. His City of London experience also included significant work in the Eurobond debt markets and in the electricity, gaming and renewable energy sectors.
His major banking clients include ANZ, Suncorp, Rabobank, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, HSBC, National Australia Bank, Commonwealth Bank and Bankwest. Craig also enjoys the challenge of advising corporate borrowers in connection with their debt capital raising and other financing requirements including most recently Sedgman, Consolidated Properties Group, Brisbane Airport Corporation, Allied Gold, Nautilus Minerals, Vale and Bechtel.
He features regularly in professional and industry directories, most recently as a leading banking practitioner in Doyle’s Guide, in Best Lawyers for banking and finance and for structured finance and in the IFLR 1000 as a leading lawyer in banking and in debt capital markets.
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