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Andrew Dyda

Andrew Dyda


Andrew brings two highly valuable skill sets to our team – a background in accounting and finance as well as significant legal expertise. It’s a combination that gives him invaluable insight into all aspects of corporate and commercial transactions.

Since joining Finlaysons in 2005, Andrew has been involved in a range of complex corporate transactional and advisory work for ASX listed, private and government entities. He is particularly experienced in mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructures, establishing joint venture arrangements, corporate governance and providing advice on the personal property securities regime, Australian financial services licenses and managed investment schemes.

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Andrew has acted in numerous high profile matters, such as the sale of a substantial portion of the issued share capital of an Australian bank and the re-development of the Adelaide Oval. His regular clients also include major companies within the resources sector.

Diligent and with an exceptional eye for detail, Andrew enjoys getting into the specifics of transactions and working through issues as they inevitably arise. Andrew is attentive and responsive to his clients; ensuring that he understands their commercial needs and is always working to meet them.


  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
  • Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance



  • Golden Key International Honours Society Member
  • Law Society of South Australia Member

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