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Mark Thomas

Special Counsel

Mark Thomas

Sydney

T:+61 2 9330 8222

Mark Thomas is a banking litigation and insolvency lawyer based in Sydney.

Mark has more than 17 years' experience acting for Australia's largest banks, financial institutions and insolvency practitioners.

Mark has broad litigation experience which includes acting in fraud recovery proceedings, conducting complex multi-party litigation arising out of the collapse of companies and co-operatives, defending proceedings involving challenges to security documentation, as well as negligence and breach of duty claims. Mark also advises creditors and insolvency practitioners in the areas of debt recovery, security enforcement, voluntary administrations, receiverships, liquidations and bankruptcies.

His experience spans a wide range of industries including childcare and schooling, motor dealerships, real estate development, healthcare and pharmacy, tourism, and mining.

Mark has extensive in-house experience acting in both legal and management roles. Mark has been seconded to Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Westpac Banking Corporation, Macquarie Bank Limited, Ge Real Estate, and Investec Bank (Australia) Limited. Through his in-house/secondment experience, Mark has a strong appreciation of the need to truly partner with clients to achieve their objectives and to provide legal advice which is practical, commercial and strategic.

Mark regularly presents to clients in relation to developments in the areas of insolvency and general banking law and has published opinion pieces in relation to the liability of receivers and managers under the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (Cth) and the Taxation Administration Act 1954 (Cth).

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  • Admissions
    • High Court of Australia 2002
    • Supreme Court of New South Wales 2000
  • Languages
    • English
    • Hungarian