Norton Rose has appointed Kate Muller as Partner in its Brisbane office.
Kate has vast experience in advising international and domestic clients across the energy and resources, infrastructure, government and transport sectors, with a primary focus on Australia and Asia. Over the years, she has primarily acted for both financiers and sponsors on energy and infrastructure projects, which includes advising borrowers on their corporate financing requirements, sponsors with respect to greenfields projects in South East Asia and Australia, and developers of major infrastructure projects.
Kate joins from DLA Piper where she was a Partner in the projects team. Prior to that she was working at Latham & Watkins in Singapore as a projects and general corporate finance lawyer with an emphasis on energy and resources in the South-East Asia region.
Norton Rose Fulbright chief executive partner in Australia, Alison Deitz, commented, "Supporting domestic and global clients on the important issues of the global energy transition and infrastructure development is a key area of focus for our firm. Kate's strong experience in Asia and Australia in energy and resources, infrastructure, real estate and corporate finance matters will bolster this offering and our national and regional projects and energy teams. We are delighted to welcome Kate to our firm."