Emma deals with a breadth of international corporate and finance transactions. She advises lenders and borrowers including global financial institutions, trustees and ultrahigh net worth individuals on all aspects of Jersey corporate, banking and finance matters. Emma has particular experience in fund finance and the financing of Jersey investment holding structures including unit trusts and partnerships. She has worked on several high-profile transactions.
Emma's expertise includes the raising of finance through the issuance and listing of Eurobonds and other securities on The International Stock Exchange.
Emma is also a member of the digital assets team and has a special interest in the adoption and use of security tokens and the application of fintech developments to finance transactions. Emma has recently written a thesis concerning the recognition of smart contracts in Jersey.
Emma is an advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey. She is a barrister of England and Wales (non-practising) and an English solicitor. Emma was educated at King’s College, London University.
Emma joined Carey Olsen in 2005. In 2016, she was seconded to The Royal Bank of Scotland International Limited.