I deeply understand my client's business so I can offer insight and innovative solutions to achieve outcomes that count.

Anna in 60 seconds

Anna is a restructuring and insolvency lawyer specialising in insolvency advice, dispute resolution and financial regulation.

Anna's clients include banks and insolvency practitioners. She advises these clients on dispute resolution, regulatory compliance, enforcement strategies, receiverships, and liquidations.

Anna has extensive experience in advising on various aspects of debt recovery, insolvency and bankruptcy, creditors' remedies, general banking litigation, fraud disputes, misleading and deceptive conduct claims (including valuer negligence) and other forms of dispute resolution. She has worked on a large-scale remediation program, with a focus on regulator engagement.

Anna also presents and writes on insolvency, litigation and recovery matters.

As part of HDY's Pro Bono program, Anna volunteers at Redfern Legal Centre and MOSAIC, a specialist legal service that provides free legal advice to asylum seekers, refugees and newly arrived migrants. Anna is a member of HDYPride, the firm's LGBTIQ support network.


  • BA/ LLB

Industry associations

  • Member of the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA)
  • Member of the Law Society of New South Wales

Anna's Recent Experience

Receivers and Managers

Advising the receivers and managers of a failed lender in relation to their recovery strategy.

Financial Institution

Assisting a financial institution in its review and remediation program.

Financial Institution

Advising a financial institution in relation to regulatory engagement and compliance.

Financial Institution

Assisting a financial institution in developing an enforcement strategy in relation to a food production company with an international trade dimension.

Financial Institution

Advising a financial institution in relation to a claim against a property valuer for misleading and deceptive conduct.

Anna's Recent Insights

Regulatory Recap - December 2016

  • 21 Dec 2016

Recent Key DevelopmentsLabor established a Senate inquiry to review the impact of misconduct in the banking and financial services sectorASIC announced BMW Australia Finance Limited would implement...

Regulatory Recap - November 2016

  • 28 Nov 2016

Recent Key DevelopmentsHouse of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics released its first report on its review of the major banksPresident-elect Donald Trump foreshadowed that he may disma...

ASIC shifts evidentiary burden to advice licensees

  • 31 Oct 2016

Advice licensees may already be feeling the impact of ASIC's amended Class Order 14/923 (CO 14/923), which expands the obligations on advice licensees to maintain records. Prior to the release ...

Regulatory Recap - October 2016

  • 25 Oct 2016

Recent Key DevelopmentsASIC, APRA, ACCC and the Big Four Bank CEOs appeared before the House of Representatives Standing Committee on EconomicsThe Treasurer announced that the government would stre...