Cameron Peachey

Cameron Peachey

Partner since 2020.

Partner of another major law firm from 2016 – 2019.

Areas of expertise.

– Acquisition finance
– Structured finance
– Project finance
– General corporate and property finance


LLB (Hons), BA (Economics)


ddi: +64 9 921 6013
mob: +64 29 921 6013


Cameron has extensive experience across a range of banking and finance transactions, with a particular focus on acquisition finance, structured finance and project finance.

Cameron has been recognised by Asia Pacific Legal 500 as a “Next Generation Partner” and by the International Financial Law Review as a “Rising Star Partner” in the banking and finance practice area.


  • Originators, financiers and trustees (as applicable) in respect of various securitisation programmes, including programmes established by Motor Trade Finance (auto receivables), Turners Finance (auto receivables), RESIMAC (residential mortgages), Avanti Finance (residential mortgages), Bluestone (residential mortgages), Basecorp Finance (residential mortgages), NZ Credit Unions (residential mortgages), Pallas Capital (commercial property lending) and Harmoney (personal loans).
  • Financiers and private equity investors in relation to various acquisitions including in the education, health and fitness, food and agriculture sectors.
  • Large global infrastructure investors in relation to various public private partnerships, social housing projects and other concession and risk sharing arrangements.
  • M&G in relation to various of their New Zealand investments including in the personal lending and agriculture sectors.
  • Merricks Capital, Corbin Capital and other offshore investment funds on a range of their property finance transactions in New Zealand.
  • Värde Partners and Deutsche Bank as mezzanine funders in relation to the acquisition by Pepper of GE’s NZ$1bn New Zealand residential mortgage book in New Zealand.
  • Senior creditors in respect of multiple restructuring transactions, including Yellow Pages (directories).
  • Bank of New Zealand, ASB Bank Limited and other domestic and international banks in relation to corporate, acquisition and property finance arrangements.