Peggy has practised exclusively in superannuation and financial services for the past 20 years. She has particular experience with corporate superannuation funds, public offer superannuation funds and public sector superannuation funds.
Peggy was a consultant to the federal government's recent "Cooper Review" of the Superannuation System and was also appointed as a member of the Peak Consultation Group to advise government on implementation of the Stronger Super reform package.
Prior to joining Lander & Rogers, Peggy was a partner and later a consultant at a large Australian-based international law firm.
Until 1989, Peggy worked as a lawyer in the USA, advising employers on employee benefit arrangements. This involved developing and designing pension plans, welfare benefit plans and executive compensation arrangements.
Peggy is the current president of the Richmond Football Club - the first-ever female president of an AFL/VFL Club.
Peggy was named the Best Lawyers’ 2013 Melbourne Superannuation Lawyer of the Year. She was also named as one of Australia’s best superannuation lawyers in the peer review surveys published in the Australian Financial Review in 2013, 2012, 2011 and in 2010.
Peggy recognised in the 2014, 2013 and 2012 editions of Best Lawyers (Australia) for her expertise in Financial Institutions law, Investment Funds and in Investment law, as well as in the 2014 edition for her expertise in Funds management law and Superannuation law.
Peggy's areas of expertise include:
Peggy was admitted to practice in 1991 and joined Lander & Rogers in 2011.
JD - University of Virginia (USA)
Transfer oflegal qualification from USA – University of Melbourne
ASFA Diploma in Superannuation Management – Macquarie University
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