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Carey Olsen strengthens Jersey banking and finance practice

Carey Olsen strengthens Jersey banking and finance practice

Tuesday 15 March 2022

Carey Olsen strengthens Jersey banking and finance practice

Tuesday 15 March 2022


Carey Olsen has appointed counsel Lizzie Chamberlain and associates Lydia Gilmour, Penjani Mseteka and Raveshnee Pakkiri to its Jersey banking and finance team.

The firm says that Ms Chamberlain acts for a varied client base on a range of debt finance transactions including real estate investments and development finance, investment funds financing and general corporate facilities.

Ms Gilmour is based in Carey Olsen's London office and advises clients on a variety of corporate matters, with a particular focus on banking, real estate finance, corporate finance and fund finance matters. 

Ms Mseteka advises on a wide scope of corporate, banking and finance matters including debt finance, project finance, leveraged finance, insolvency and energy, mining and infrastructure. 

Finally Ms Pakkiri is based in the firm's Jersey office and advises clients on a variety of banking and finance matters. 

Robin Smith, partner and head of Jersey's banking and finance team, said: "Lizzie, Penjani, Lydia and Raveshnee are four fantastic additions to the team. Their wide-ranging expertise and insight will be a valuable asset to our offering and to our clients. The appointments also mark the continued growth of our Jersey banking and finance practice both locally and in London, and we are delighted to welcome them to Carey Olsen."

Main image: Raveshnee Pakkiri, Penjani Mseteka, Lydia Gilmour and Lizzie Chamberlain.

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