Cathro & Partners adds industry veteran Henry Kazar to team

In his new role, Kazar will be responsible for serving clients in the ACT and nationally. He will work with Cathro & Partners leaders (including Navin Lal in Canberra) to build out the firm’s bankruptcy and corporate restructuring capability...

In his new role, Kazar will be responsible for serving clients in the ACT and nationally. He will work with Cathro & Partners leaders (including Navin Lal in Canberra) to build out the firm’s bankruptcy and corporate restructuring capability, as well as assisting with the development of its presence within the federal government.

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