Martin Madden is one of Australia’s most experienced Insolvency Practitioners with in excess of 30 years’ experience in Australia and overseas. In recent years he has managed the vast majority of Australia’s infrastructure problem engagements. These include the Receivership of RiverCity Motorway, the sale and Receivership of Lane Cove Tunnel, the Receivership of CrossCity Tunnel, the sale and Receivership of the Adelaide to Darwin Railway, the Administration and subsequent Liquidation of Australia’s fifth largest building company, Walter Construction Group Ltd. He completed the largest Australian Receivership, Epic Energy’s Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline which he sold for $1.86 billion on behalf of a Syndicate of 28 Banks. He acted on the Alinta Energy work out as an adviser to the financiers and was the Scheme Administrator who implemented the debt for equity transaction.
More recently he advised Apollo and Oaktree on the Nine restructure. In the past Martin has worked directly for some of Australia’s biggest corporations and has advised many of Australia’s largest Universities.
Martin is currently a Partner with KordaMentha, but spent most of his career with Arthur Andersen in Australia where he was Head of the Corporate Recovery Services (CRS) Group nationally.