Experience

    • Corebridge Financial in AIG’s $3.4 billion sale of Corebridge common stock to Nippon Life Insurance Company.
    • American International Group and Corebridge Financial in AIG’s secondary public offering of approximately $712 million of Corebridge common stock.
    • American International Group and Corebridge Financial in AIG’s secondary public offering of 50 million shares of Corebridge Financial common stock.
    • Corebridge Financial, a majority owned subsidiary of American International Group, in its offering of $500 million aggregate principal amount of 6.050% senior notes due 2033.
    • Booz Allen Hamilton in its inaugural investment grade notes offering, consisting of $650 million aggregate principal amount of 5.950% Senior Notes due 2033.
    • American International Group and Corebridge Financial in AIG’s secondary public offering of 74.75 million shares of Corebridge Financial common stock at $16.25 per share.
    • agilon health and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in the $2 billion secondary offering and repurchase of shares of agilon health common stock.
    • DoubleVerify, a Providence Equity Partners portfolio company and leading software platform for digital media measurement and analytics, and Providence Equity Partners in their secondary public offering of 14.375 million shares of DoubleVerify common stock at $26.50 per share.
    • American International Group and Corebridge Financial, a majority-owned subsidiary of American International Group, in the initial public offering of Corebridge Financial.
    • Corebridge Financial, a majority-owned subsidiary of American International Group, in its offering of $1.0 billion of 6.875% Fixed-to-Fixed Reset Rate Junior Subordinated Notes offering due 2052.
    • A global asset management firm in the purchase of 8% Exchangeable Senior Secured Notes issued by Avaya, a global leader in digital communications products, solutions and services.
    • Corebridge Financial, a majority-owned subsidiary of American International Group, in its $6.5 billion offering of senior unsecured notes in relation to the separation of American International Group’s Life & Retirement business. At the time of announcement, this transaction was reported to be the largest-ever debt offering by an insurance company.
    • Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in the financing aspects of its $5.8 billion acquisition of Cornerstone Buildings Brands, the largest manufacturer of exterior buildings products in North America.
    • agilon health and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in the $587 million secondary offering of agilon health common stock.
    • Covanta in its sale to EQT in a transaction valued at more than $5 billion, in which EQT acquired all shares of Covanta common stock for $20.25 per share.

Education

  • University of Melbourne, 2016, J.D.
  • University of Melbourne, 2013, Bachelor of Commerce