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Safiyya Khan is a banking and insolvency lawyer based in Sydney.
Safiyya represents a broad range of domestic and international clients including banks and financial institutions, corporates, directors and insolvency practitioners on wide range of contentious and non-contentious matters.
Safiyya's practice spans across domestic and cross-border corporate and acquisition finance transactions, asset based and receivables lending, complex restructuring and corporate insolvencies.
- Advanced Certificate in Restructuring and Turnaround, ARITA (expected 2019)
- Master of Laws, University of Western Australia (2017)
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law (2011)
- Bachelor of Laws, Murdoch University (2009)
- Bachelor of Psychology (Hons), Murdoch University (2009)
- Supreme Court of Western Australia 2011
- High Court of Australia 2012
- Bank of America – on the acquisition and corporate financing for US$150 million relating to the merger between Boardriders, Inc. (owner of Quicksilver) and Billabong.
- Goldman Sachs – on the mezzanine financing for the AU$300 million development of two mixed-use towers at Southbank in Brisbane.
- Bank of New York Mellon – on the Australian law aspects of US$250 million senior secured notes issued by Quintis Limited.
- Re OJSC International Bank of Azerbaijan  EWCA Civ 2802, Norton Rose Fulbright International Restructuring Newswire (co-author, 2019)
- Cross-border restructuring conundrum: The current position for restructuring professionals following The OJSC International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA Case), Norton Rose Fulbright International Restructuring Newswire (co-author, 2018)
- Law Society of New South Wales
- Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association