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Jasmine Amaria


Jasmine is a partner in Carey Olsen's corporate and finance practice, based in London.

Jasmine advises on both BVI and Cayman Islands corporate law and has significant experience in investment funds and corporate and finance matters, including fund formation, fund financing, general corporate and finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and shareholder arrangements as well as group reorganisations and restructurings. She also advises investment and private equity funds on distressed situations.

Jasmine regularly advises Indian companies and clients, as well as those looking to make foreign investments into India. 

Jasmine also recently advised Stride Gaming plc on the BVI corporate aspects of its takeover by Rank Group plc which won Carey Olsen the Middle Market Deal of the Year at the Deal Awards Europe 2019.

Jasmine is recognised as a 'Leading Individual' by Legal 500, by Chambers UK for her corporate and finance expertise and by Who's Who Legal (2023) for her private funds work.


Jasmine trained and qualified at Slaughter and May, where she spent 9 years, prior to working for another offshore law firm. 

Whilst at Slaughter and May, she advised investment banks and corporate clients in relation to capital markets and structured finance transactions, securitisations, IPOs, investment fund, private equity and banking structures as well as providing general commercial and corporate advice to clients.

In her last role, Jasmine focused on both alternative investment funds and private equity funds, and regularly advised on their establishment, on-going corporate transactions and financing activities. She has also advised clients on their fund restructurings and distressed situations.

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What our clients say

"Particularly impressive with her responsiveness and ability to turn complex matters around in very short time frames."

Legal 500

"Described by sources as 'super-efficient' and 'super-knowledgeable', interviewees highlight her strengths in both finance and M&A."

Chambers and Partners