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Robert Falvey

Robert Falvey

Senior International Counsel

MinterEllisonRuddWatts
New Zealand

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Profile
Robert is a specialist corporate and commercial lawyer with a wealth of experience advising on domestic and international mergers, acquisitions, divestments, public offerings, securities law, corporate reorganisations, technology licensing, joint ventures, due diligence reviews, film and television production, financing and contract law.

Robert has advised on various corporate funding arrangements and disposals in the energy and oil and gas sectors. He advises the financial services industry on mergers, acquisitions and restructures; and the technology industry on all aspects of media production and global cross border transactions. Robert also advises the film and entertainment industry on production aspects, and the forestry sector on private mergers and acquisitions.

In the corporate market, Robert’s focus is in-bound cross-border transactions advising clients on public (takeovers code) mergers and acquisitions. He advises public and private clients on all aspects of corporate governance, private equity, equity capital markets and commercial contracting.


Education

LLB (Hons) University of Auckland
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Leading lawyer (Mergers and acquisitions) - International Financial Law Review 2013, 2012, 2011
Editor of "Compliance and Your Business", Thomson Brooker's, 2004
Co-author of client publication, "Investing in New Zealand"

Professional Associations

  • International Bar Association
  • International Trademark Association

Global Ambassador and member of the Board of Directors World Services Group
Director CGNZ Finance Limited
Life member and member of the executive New Zealand-Fiji Business Council
Member of Advisory Board USNZ Council
Board member American Chamber of Commerce

Articles

Editor of 'Compliance and Your Business', Thomson Brookers, 2004
Co-author of client publication, 'Investing in New Zealand'


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