Daniel Moloney's practice focuses on high-value and complex litigation and regulatory matters.
Daniel has a successful track record acting for corporates, financial institutions, and individual directors and officers in significant commercial disputes, class actions, investigations, and contentious regulatory matters. He has broad experience across industry sectors, including financial services, funds, technology, consumer goods, and energy and resources.
Daniel has represented clients in a range of significant commercial litigation, including post M&A disputes, insolvency-related disputes, and class actions. He has advised clients in relation to actual or threatened class actions concerning AML/CTF (anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing) issues, credit ratings, ESG (environmental, social & governance) issues, financial products, franchising, and product liability.
Daniel regularly represents clients in inquiries, investigations, and enforcement actions involving Australian and foreign regulators and authorities (including ASIC, APRA, AUSTRAC, OAIC, and AFP). Daniel has worked on matters such as: defense of a global corporation in relation to an Australian foreign bribery prosecution; representation of a major health sector company in relation to a significant cyber incident and collateral regulatory inquiries; representation of the former CEO of a financial institution in regulatory investigations concerning AML/CTF issues and collateral class actions to which he was joined in Australia and the United States; successful defense of the former chairman of a listed financial services company in disqualification proceedings; and acting for a financial institution in relation to the Financial Services Royal Commission.
Daniel also advises clients on risk and regulatory obligations on issues such as ESG, corruption and bribery, cybersecurity, sanctions, and AML/CTF.
Australian Government Serious About Data Privacy: Substantial Increases in Fines and Enhanced Regulatory Powers
Australia: Solicitors' Duties to Witnesses in Civil Cases Who May Be Exposed to Criminal Charges or Other Penalties
- The Flinders University of South Australia (LL.B. and L.P. with Honours 2010; Bachelor of Commerce 2010)
- High Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia, and Supreme Court of South Australia