Nimrod Amanuel
Henry Mitchell
Law Graduate
Jiashu Wang
Law Graduate
Rachel Stower
Chris Lin
Eamonn Carpenter
Sam Poulsen
Joel Whale
Special Counsel

Brad Allen


With a keen appreciation for problem solving, Brad continually works to develop solutions that reconcile the interests of all parties. He focuses on collaborating with clients and colleagues to determine the practical and logistical steps to execute transactions.

Brad specialises in corporate and institutional finance. He has acted for financiers and major corporations on a range of syndicated, leveraged, property and other debt financing transactions. His experience includes the full range of facilities to support a range of corporate clients. This includes clients in the construction industry who have significant performance and surety bond requirements, financial services clients in relation to various secured facilities, and financiers providing facilities to some of Australia’s major retailers.

Prior to joining Hamilton Locke, Brad was a partner at Gadens, DibbsBarker and Clayton Utz.


Banking and Financial Services; Corporate Finance; Leveraged and Acquisition Finance; Performance Bonds and Bank Guarantees

  • Best Lawyers (Global Edition), Banking and Finance Law, 2020
  • Best Lawyers (Australia), Banking and Finance Law, 2020 – 2025
  • Best Lawyers (Australia), Structured Finance Law, 2020 – 2025

  • Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment – Securities Institute
  • Master of Laws – University of British Columbia
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice – University of Technology, Sydney
  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons) – Macquarie University
  • Bachelor of Economics – Macquarie University
  • Admitted to the practice in New South Wales and High Court of Australia

  • Acted for CIMIC Group Limited in relation to the $1.9 billion refinancing of certain of its syndicated cash facilities.
  • Acted for National Australia Bank Limited in relation to facilities provided in connection with the merger of two prominent law firms.
  • Acted for a secured financier in relation to the re-scheduling and recovery of amounts owing under a secured note facility.
  • Acted for CIMIC Group Limited in relation to a global performance bond facility allowing for the issue of instruments in a variety of currencies to support projects worldwide.