Leading Australian law firm Taylor David has announced the appointment of Adam Carr as an Associate to bolster its insolvency, bankruptcy and restructuring practice.
Adam Carr was admitted to practice in Victoria in 2016. He brings with him extensive experience in the insolvency sector, having held senior roles within the insolvency division of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
With a career spanning several years, Adam has played a pivotal role in managing and overseeing various insolvency matters, making significant contributions to the successful administration of the ASIC Assetless Administration Fund. This fund plays a crucial role in supporting insolvency practitioners by enabling investigations into companies with limited or no assets.
Scott Taylor, Partner at Taylor David, said: We’re delighted to welcome Adam Carr to the Taylor David team. His experience and achievements within ASIC and AFSA make him an invaluable addition to our firm. Adam's proficiency in managing complex insolvency matters will further strengthen our ability to deliver high-quality legal solutions to our clients."
"Adam is experienced in insolvency and litigation and has a unique intimate understanding of the industry through the regulators' perspective," he added.
Taylor David is widely recognised as a leader in restructuring, bankruptcy annulments, and insolvencies, catering to SMEs, large corporations, and government entities.
With Adam Carr's arrival, the firm looks forward to leveraging his expertise to bolster their insolvency capabilities and continue providing exceptional legal services to their clients.
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