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Our latest news
Chapman Tripp and Mercury today jointly celebrate New Zealand’s first new retail green bond of 2020, totalling $200 million.
Read our latest Trends & Insights publication including observations across class actions, litigation funding, climate change-related disputes and the changing environment for access to the courts.
We meet the requirements of Toitū's carbonreduce® certification programme, having measured our GHG emissions. We are committed to managing and reducing our carbon footprint.
Ross Pennington has been recognised by KangaNews for his contribution to the development of the Australian and New Zealand debt markets.
Our equity capital markets team has advised clients on capital raisings totalling over $2.35b since NZX Regulation released its COVID-19 relief package.
We are proud to have advised NZGIF on its investment to help Wellington’s port decarbonise – the first to benefit from NZGIF’s $100m in investment capital.
We have been trusted counsel on more capital raisings in response to COVID-19 than any other law firm in NZ.
We have published a visual diagram to illustrate the legal pathways required for businesses and economies to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Zealand’s equity capital markets are showing signs of revival, read more in the firm's annual Trends and Insights publication.
We advised InfraRed Capital Partners on sale of stake in Auckland South Corrections Facility PPP. The transaction is the first secondary PPP transaction in New Zealand.