Claudine Salameh is a partner in the firm's Finance practice. She focuses on financial services regulation, banking disputes and restructuring and insolvency in the Sydney office.
Claudine has over 22 years of experience acting for clients within the financial sector on a range of matters including customer disputes and litigation, fraud, regulatory and compliance issues, regulatory investigations, inquiries and enforcement matters, security enforcement and insolvency litigation. She also acts for insolvency practitioners in formal receiverships, voluntary administrations, and liquidations. She is experienced in the conduct of review and remediation programs, particularly in relation to “fee for no service” issues, and the Banking Executive Accountability Regime (or BEAR and soon to be the Financial Accountability Regime).
Prior to joining K&L Gates, Claudine worked as a partner in the banking and insolvency group at an international law firm in their Sydney office.
- Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association (ARITA) member
- International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals (INSOL) member
- Law Society of New South Wales member
- Quoted, "Business should brace for roll-on effects of COVID-19, says insolvency expert", Lawerly, January 2024