Jordan Baird



Jordan has strong technical and analytical experience developed in the legal and financial services industry.

As a member of the firm's Corporate team, Jordan brings practical experience on a large number of private and public market transactions including Equity Capital Markets and Debt Capital Markets.

Before joining McCabes, Jordan worked at Gilbert+Tobin for 8 months within the Corporate Advisory and Disputes + Investigations teams. At G+T Jordan worked on several major private and pre-IPO transactions including the initial public offer of Pepper Money as well as large regulatory matters involving leading Australian banks and pro-bono work for the Disability Royal Commission.

Prior to this, Jordan headed the Client Services desk of equity advisory firm ASR Wealth Advisers, where for over two years he worked with corporate clients and High Net Worth clients including the provision of general financial advice and capital raising activities.

Jordan holds a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law, a Bachelor of Law (Honours) and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Wollongong, along with an RG146 qualification from Kaplan professional. Jordan is currently a 2022 Level 1 candidate in the CFA Program.

  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (The College of Law), 2020
  • RG146 (Kaplan Professional), 2018
  • B.Law (Honours)/B.Com (University of Wollongong), 2017

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