Specialising in finance law, Daniel advises public and private sector clients on debt financing and capital markets transactions and regulatory developments.
He has a particular focus on lending transactions with public sector lenders, bank regulation and covered bond programmes.
Daniel joined Chapman Tripp after several years as an associate in the finance team of a top Swiss law firm, where his work focused on capital markets and regulatory capital transactions. He utilises his broad international experience to resolve clients’ issues in a changing regulatory environment.
- Advising a major New Zealand bank on its compliance with derivative initial margining regulation.
- Advising the Provincial Growth Fund on a number of lending transactions.
- Advising the New Zealand Bankers’ Association in its 2019 submission on the Reserve Bank Act review.
- Advising the covered bond guarantors and security trustees on a number of covered bond programmes.