Colin Biggers & Paisley is pleased to announce the appointment of Jiyoung Park as the legal practice's Chief Financial Officer, based in Melbourne. 

Jiyoung joins Colin Biggers & Paisley from Lander and Rogers, where she was the Head of Finance. Prior to that, Jiyoung had an extensive career at Deloitte where she held senior roles in Audit and Assurance in Australia and the UK. 

In her role as Chief Financial Officer at Colin Biggers & Paisley, Jiyoung will have responsibility for all aspects of financial strategy, financial operations and the performance of the finance function at the practice.

With over 20 years of experience in professional services both domestically and internationally, Jiyoung brings a strategic, commercial and collaborative approach.

Managing Partner Nick Crennan welcomed Jiyoung's appointment, saying that he is confident she will provide strategic advice on financial, commercial and operational matters.

"I look forward to the contribution Jiyoung will make to our finance team and to our leadership team," Nick said.

"Jiyoung brings a wealth of excellent experience in professional services and will help to position Colin Biggers & Paisley for a successful future."

Jiyoung said she is excited to be joining a legal practice with a proud history and a clear path for the future.

"Colin Biggers & Paisley has grown considerably over the past 10 years and I am looking forward to working with Nick and the partnership and contributing to this in coming years,"

Jiyoung said she was drawn to the collaborative and supportive culture at Colin Biggers & Paisley.

"With its friendly, supportive and collaborative culture, I am confident that I will be able to build strong relationships and add value to enable the practice to achieve successful outcomes."

For more information please contact Linda Branton on 02 8281 4594 or linda.branton@cbp.com.au.

About Colin Biggers & Paisley

Colin Biggers & Paisley has a century-long history of genuine expertise in transactions, projects, governance and dispute resolution. Our exceptional people and an unrelenting commitment to our clients has seen our practice evolve from a boutique legal practice in Sydney to a national legal practice with international reach. With a vision for growth, we now have more than 70 partners and 500 staff and offices in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

We’re particularly known for our insurance, property and construction experience, and have an established reputation in a range of other sectors. We act for major corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, government departments and individuals. We have both the capacity and the expertise to deliver on complex national and multinational projects.

Our purpose is to work collectively to build and secure the future of our clients, colleagues and community.

For our clients, that means we’re invested and we’re loyal. To do our best by them, we invest in people with the right combination of legal, business, interpersonal and critical thinking skills, as well as in the right technology to enable them. When it is needed, our close-knit, expertise-based teams collaborate effectively to identify and solve complex issues. 

For each other, that means we value our collegiality, we respect and support one another, and we celebrate diverse contributions.

For our communities, that means we take a big-hearted, socially minded approach to provide active support and service where they are needed most. We launched the Colin Biggers & Paisley Foundation in 2015, with a core focus on promoting and protecting the rights of women and children in Australia and abroad through an innovative mix of pro bono legal services, volunteering and charitable contributions.

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