Paul is a highly experienced legal practitioner who specializes in restructuring, CAM (Conventional and Alternate Medicine), regulatory and general corporate law. Over the past 25 years, Paul has been based in a number of countries across the Asia-Pacific region and has worked with a variety of different multinational corporations including Global Crossing, MCI-WorldCom, Colgate-Palmolive, Abbott Laboratories, Citibank, Telstra International, and LG-Philips Electronics, as Corporate Counsel or Chief Financial Officer as well as being appointed as Board member and Executive Chairman for a number of listed corporations.
Paul holds a Masters of Law as well as a Masters in Business Administration. He obtained his undergraduate degrees in Law and Economics from Sydney University where he graduated with honours. He also has a post graduate degree in Sharia Finance and completed his post tertiary degree in economics. He is an admitted and practicing lawyer and notary in Australia as well as a Fellow of the Institute of Governance, Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbiters and active in the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals and the Inter-Pacific Bar Association.
Master of Laws, College of Law (2023).
Graduate Diploma in Islamic Finance and Banking, London School of Accounting, London, England (2015).
Master’s in Business Administration, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia (1991).
Bachelor of Laws, Sydney University, Australia (1983).
Bachelor of Economics, Sydney University, Australia (1981).
Fellow, Governance Institute of Australia (2022)
Admitted to Practice, Federal Court of Australia (2022)
Member, INSOL International (2022)
Member, Inter-Pacific Bar Association (2022)
Member, Thai Institute of Directors (2019)
Member, Company Director Certification, Australian Institute of Company Directors, Australia (2015)
Barristers Admission Board, New South Wales Bar (1985)
Legal Practicing Certificate, Victoria Bar (1984)
Master in Commander, Patrick O’Brian
Flying private jets
“If you always expect the unexpected, doesn’t that make the unexpected expected?”