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Interlaw’s Australian Firm Appoints Corporate Partner

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Interlaw’s partner firm in in Australia, Hunt & Hunt, has announced the appointment of Marilyn Wai to its corporate and commercial and Asia and China advisory teams.  

Marilyn brings a proven track record of delivering exceptional results for clients, and a wealth of experience and expertise to the firm. With her comprehensive understanding of corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial transactions, as well as significant expertise in property law, Marilyn’s appointment reinforces the firm’s position as a leading player in the legal industry.   

Marilyn is also fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, and Malay languages and has a client list of high-net-worth individuals.   

Commenting on her appointment, Marilyn Wai said: “I am honoured to be part of such a prestigious firm that is known for its commitment to excellence and its client-focused approach. I am excited to contribute to the success of the corporate and commercial team and collaborate with my colleagues to achieve our collective goals.”   

Managing principal Tony Raunic, added: “Marilyn adds extra skills to our accomplished corporate team, and she will ideally complement the skills of the team’s lead, Nick Miller, who is one of the most astute mergers and acquisitions lawyers in our space in the market.”   

Chong Quaik, Head of Asia and China advisory at Hunt & Hunt, also shared this sentiment, saying:   

“Marilyn’s extensive experience in dealing with cross-border transactions and her understanding of the Asian market will strengthen our firm’s international presence. We look forward to leveraging her skills to further support our clients with their business endeavours in the region, as well as advising members of the Asian-Australian community.”