Senior Solicitor, Wellington
Emma specialises in financial services regulation and corporate law. She has experience advising a broad range of financial institutions on compliance with the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013, payments regulation, prudential requirements and anti-money laundering obligations.
Emma has worked with a broad range of legal entities, including companies, trusts, building societies and credit unions advising on matters relating to capital raising, corporate governance, structuring and compliance.
Before returning to the law, Emma worked for a number of years in the social enterprise, impact investing and fintech sectors.
Advising the Treasury
on its indemnities in relation to the Reserve Bank's quantitative easing programme in response to COVID-19
Advising and co-ordinating the response of the New Zealand NBDT Sector
on the review of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989
Advising New Zealand's large banks
on the enforceability of netting under ISDA Agreements
Advising the New Zealand's Community Trusts
on updating and modernising their Trust Deeds
Advising multiple overseas entities
on payments regulation in New Zealand
Acting for IMAGR
on its US$9.4m Series A capital raise with Japanese multinational conglomerate, Toshiba Tec as lead investor