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Angus Jamieson is a corporate and financial services lawyer based in Sydney. His practice focuses on funds management and investment distribution. He also has experience in mergers and acquisitions, payments products and FinTech market entry projects.
Angus advises leading Australian and international financial services clients on the full range of corporate, commercial and regulatory issues facing these businesses. He has experience advising them on significant cross-border acquisitions into on-shore and offshore pooled investment vehicles, fund formation and platform based offerings.
Angus also regularly advises on funds management issues such as licensing requirements, disclosure, fundraising and marketing, investment management and outsourcing arrangements. He has also advised on governance related matters including the modern slavery regime, and has assisted with the foundation of a high-profile charitable foundation and the subsequent distribution of its grants.
- Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Australian National University 2017
- Bachelor of Commerce, Finance, Australian National University 2017
- Supreme Court of New South Wales 2018
- Superannuation fund – advising a top 5 superannuation fund on the formation of its US office for infrastructure investment and other real assets transactions.
- Global insurer – advising a global insurer on the acquisition of a combined $295 million interest in two managed funds. This included a comprehensive investment due diligence review, consideration of the investment holding structure, negotiation of the transaction documents and applicability advice in relation to the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act and Regulations.
- Australian bank – advising an Australian bank on the on the acquisition of a $250 million interest in an Australian feeder fund established for the purposes of allowing Australian wholesale clients to acquire interests in the Cayman and Delaware domiciled holding entities of a US-managed fund exposed to infrastructure related investments.
- Australian wealth management institution – preparation and negotiation of more than 50 fund manager agreements.
- Various fund managers – review and preparation of product disclosure statements for managed investment schemes.