Patricia Tsang, LLB and BEc
(+612) 9261 7021
Patricia has extensive Australian legal experience in banking and financial services, having acted for lenders, borrowers / issuers and arrangers on a number of domestic and cross-border transactions. Patricia’s experience covers a broad range of financing transactions, including note issuances, property financing, securitisation, aircraft financing and other structured debt financing, as well as bilateral lending and syndicated debt financing.
Patricia joined Landerer & Company in March 2016. Prior to that, Patricia’s experience includes working as a Senior Associate at a top-tier firm and at a mid-tier firm, and as a Head of Legal at a boutique firm. Patricia also has a background in finance, having worked as an analyst in her early career at a leading US investment bank.
Acted for a borrower in relation to a $65 million secured financing with a bank for an aged care facility
Acted for a borrower in relation to a $93 million secured financing with a non-bank lender for a mixed-use residential and retail complex
Acted for a borrower in relation to a $131 million secured financing with a non-bank lender for residential projects
Acted for a borrower in relation to a $105 million syndicated secured financing for a mixed-used residential, hotel and retail complex
Acted for a borrower in relation to a $60 million secured financing with a non-bank lender for a commercial building in the Sydney CBD
Acted for an issuer in relation to two unsecured debenture programmes
Acted for a non-bank lender in relation to two $20 million loan note subscriptions for residential property projects
Acted for a major property group in relation to syndicated financings and commercial mortgage-backed securities programmes
Acted to set up the Challenger Millennium residential mortgage-backed securities programme and completed a large number of issues within the programme
Acted in relation to the restructuring of part of the Mobius AllMortgage Trust
Acted in relation to the restructuring of financing of 38 aircraft transactions