Victoria in 60 seconds

Victoria specialises in complex corporate insolvency and banking dispute resolution for a range of clients including Australia's major banks and other leading financial institutions.

Victoria acts for the major banks as well as insolvency practitioners, distressed companies, creditors and professional trustees in relation to all aspects of corporate insolvency, general banking litigation and financial regulation.

Since joining HDY, Victoria has advised on high profile banking litigation and complex cross border recoveries.

She previously worked in London, where she spent a number of years specialising in commercial and insolvency related litigation and restructuring.

Victoria was recently an Australian contributor for the published text: International Contributions to the Reform of Chapter 11 U.S. Bankruptcy Code (Eleven Publishing).

Victoria is currently working as Senior Counsel on a large-scale remediation program for one of Australia's leading banks.


  • LLB Law
    Insolvency Education Program, Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA)

Industry associations

  • Member of the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA)

Victoria's Recent Insights

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...

ASIC formalises requirements for client review and remediation

  • 19 Sep 2016

After years of review and remediation activities at many advice licensees and months of industry consultation following the release of Consultation Paper 247 (CP 247) in December 2015 (including wi...