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Vianna Shing is a corporate transactional lawyer based in Sydney.
Vianna has advised on large and complex domestic and international transactions, including for major corporate groups such as NRMA, Renewable Energy Systems Ltd, Logos Property Group, Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Stafford Timberland, GHD Group and Thorn Group.
Vianna advises clients on private mergers and acquisitions; real property investments; divestitures; capital raisings; private equity transactions; joint ventures; large scale due diligence; corporate finance; fund establishment; restructuring and reorganisations; trusts; corporate governance and compliance; and general corporate and commercial matters.
Vianna previously worked at another top tier Australian law firm as well as having worked in-house for one of the big four banks in Australia, specialising in mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and advisory.
- High Court of Australia
- Supreme Court of NSW
- In2Food - in respect of its acquisition of two leading Australian food and produce business, Yarra Valley Farms and T&F All States
- NRMA - in respect of its acquisition of Australian Tourist Park Management Group
- Goldman Sachs - in its acquisition with private equity fund, Altor Fund IV, of Navico Holding AS, the parent company of marine electronic brands Lowrance, B&G and Simrad
- Credit Suisse - in respect of investment in the Bandanna Energy group
- GHD Group - in respect of its internal restructuring and corporate affairs
- Logos Property Group - in its investment by Ivanhoe Cambridge, the real estate unit of the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, one of Canada's leading institutional fund managers alongside Macquarie Capital
- Stafford Timberland - in respect of its forestry funds as well as forestry asset acquisitions and disposals
- Qube Logistics - on its acquisition and development of the Moorebank Logistics Park
- Denham Capital - on the disposal of OneWind to Nexif
- Thorn Group Limited - in its sale of receivables management company National Credit Management Limited to Australian debt collector Credit Corp
- Alberts - in the sale of its music publishing business to German music giant BMG
- Mandarin Chinese