Mark Hilton is a banking and insolvency lawyer based in Sydney.
Mark focuses on adding value and delivering results to financial institutions and is predominately involved in banking recovery, including all forms of consumer and corporate recovery and insolvency. Mark has acted for banks and other financial institutions, receivers, liquidators and administrators for over 30 years.
Mark is a leading insolvency lawyer who has been involved in some of Australia's largest and most complex insolvency matters in his substantial legal career.
He is known for his solid relationships with Australia's Big 4 Banks, as well as his expertise in recovery and enforcement, and litigation and dispute resolution.
Clients call upon Mark for his industry knowledge, achieved from being exposed to businesses across a spectrum of industries such as aged care, banking and financial services, retail, property development, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and infrastructure.
His background in commercial litigation has laid the foundations for a substantial practice involving the recovery of loss associated with negligent valuations in connection with securitised loans.
Mark's willingness to embrace innovation is, among other things, evidenced by his coordination of the establishment of recovery extranets to assist financial institutions to monitor the status of recovery and enforcement action on secured and unsecured lending transactions.