Amelia Berczelly has more than 10 years' experience acting on a range of high-profile and complex corporate transactions, with a particular focus on public company takeovers, schemes of arrangement, corporate restructures, and strategic joint ventures. She has represented clients across various industries, including financial services, infrastructure, aviation, mining and resources, food and beverage, agriculture, health, and technology.
Amelia has extensive experience in advising companies and boards on corporate governance and securities law matters, including continuous disclosure, directors' duties, insider trading regulation, Corporations Act and ASX listing rule compliance, takeover preparedness, and the issues that arise in the context of structuring and implementing large M&A transactions and corporate reorganizations. Amelia also has significant experience in foreign investment regulation and dealings with the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB).
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- University of Sydney (LL.B. with first class honors 2007); Macquarie University (Bachelor of Business Administration 2004; B.A in Japanese Studies 2004)
- Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales; New York