Yuban Moodley

Yuban has been practising for over 25 years and assists clients throughout Australia and internationally. Before joining the firm Yuban was a partner in London at one of the UK’s largest law firms, CMS Cameron Mckenna, and for 7 years he was Special Counsel and Queensland Head of TMT and Sourcing at Herbert Smith Freehills.

Yuban’s expertise includes:

  • IT, IP and communications including advising on sourcing of cloud services, systems, networks, and ICT services and IP related issues in commercial contracts;
  • Payments and financial services including advising on transactional banking and payment services, mobile payments, ATM services and merchant acquiring;
  • Commercial and procurement including advising on complex and general commercial contracts, government funding agreements, outsourcings, and government services; and
  • Privacy including advising on cyber security, privacy notices and policies, marketing, data management, and off-shoring.

In the private sector Yuban has worked with businesses in various sectors including AUSREO, BHP, BOQ, Centuria Capital Group, CBA, Cognizant, Enzen, Healthdirect Australia, Lendlease, MLC Life, Mutual Marketplace, NAB, Rondo Building Services, St Vincent’s Health Australia, St John of God Health Care, Suncorp, Telstra, University of Adelaide, Yamaha and tech start-ups. In the public sector Yuban has advised State and Territory Governments (Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, New South Wales and Western Australia), Commonwealth Government, UK Government and a European Central Bank.


Yuban’s experience includes advising:

  • Financial services institution for over 10 months on multiple ICT infrastructure and application services procurements and a new policy administration system negotiating with multiple vendors;
  • State Governments on their respective procurements of whole of government transactional banking and payment services;
  • Major healthcare provider on its network modernisation programme with Optus and NTT, multiple healthcare related ICT procurements and on ICT security, infrastructure and HR cloud services;
  • Government agencies and universities in NSW and SA on complex contractual arrangements for the funding and operation of the international student arrivals programme during the Covid-19 pandemic;
  • Big 4 bank on strategic online acquiring sponsorship agreements, its standard agreement with payment gateway providers, and its acquiring platform modernisation;
  • Technology vendor on its first to market supply agreements and joint venture with State owned Tasmanian Networks for the development, licensing and support and maintenance of a Digital Twin of Tasmania;
  • Commonwealth/State funded healthcare provider on clinical and general call centre agreements with multiple suppliers and the procurement of call centre and CRM technology systems;
  • Global corporate on its multi-jurisdictional outsourcing of its global finance platform and on its global HR ICT system transformation project with HR cloud services provider Workday, and co-ordinating privacy advice in 10 jurisdictions;
  • Financial services institution on its template agreements for material outsourcings, material ICT services, personnel and goods; and
  • Global technology vendor on its playbook for the Australian market for large value ICT services and business process outsourcing contracts.

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