Georgia Feltis

Senior Associate

Georgia advises on a wide range of commercial transactions including public takeover bids, private acquisitions and disposals, joint ventures, equity issues and private equity deals.
Georgia also acts for companies (both publicly listed and private) in relation to their employee equity incentives and executive remuneration.


Representative matters

Macquarie’s Global Infrastructure Fund III on the competitive sale of its interest in Hobart Airport in Australia (previous firm experience).

Mercury Capital on its acquisition of Bauer Media’s Australian and New Zealand magazines business (previous firm experience).

Flight Centre Travel Group on its AUD$700 million fully underwritten institutional placement and accelerated non-renounceable entitlement offer in Australia (previous firm experience).

Lion on its strategic investment in premium gin producer Four Pillars in Australia (previous firm experience).

AMP Limited on the AUD$3.0 billion sale of its life insurance and wealth protection business in Australia (previous firm experience).

MyHomeCare on various bolt on acquisitions of home care businesses in Australia (previous firm experience).

CURA Day Hospitals on a number of bolt on acquisitions of day hospitals in Australia (previous firm experience).

Investec’s Emerging Companies Fund on a number of strategic investments in emerging companies in Australia (previous firm experience).

Challenger Limited on its second (AUD$350m) and third (AUD$385m) hybrid notes issue on the ASX (previous firm experience).

Pro bono

Advising Mermaids, a UK charity supporting trans, non-binary and gender-diverse children, young people and their families on their fundraising arrangements with Icon Books.

Advising an Afghan national with their special immigrant visa application available to persons who worked with the U.S. Armed Forces as a translator or interpreter in Afghanistan.

Assisting Maternity Action, a UK maternity rights charity in responding to legal enquiries relating to the rights of pregnant women, new mothers and their families to employment, social security and health care.



Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws, University of Sydney, 2016
A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.