Mr Thorolfur Jonsson > LOGOS > Reykjavik, Iceland > Lawyer Profile

LOGOS
EFSTALEITI 5
103 REYKJAVIK
Iceland

Work Department

Managing Partner - Corporate

Position

Main areas of practice are banking and finance, corporate finance and capital markets, corporate law, financial restructuring, litigation and arbitration, and M&A.

Career

Thorolfur joined LOGOS in 1999-2004, and joined the firm again as a Partner in 2009, after five years with Kaupthing Bank. Thorolfur became the Managing Partner of LOGOS in 2019.

Languages

English and Danish.

Memberships

The Icelandic Bar Association.

Education

Thorolfur graduated from the University of Iceland with a cand.jur. degree in 1999, and qualified as an Attorney in 2000. He received his LL.M degree from Harvard Law School in 2002, and is a Certified Securities Broker since 2009. 

Lawyer Rankings

Iceland > Banking, finance and capital markets

(Leading individuals)

Thórólfur JónssonLOGOS

Operating from Reykjavik and London, the banking, finance and capital markets team at LOGOS is jointly led by Thórólfur Jónsson and Óttar Pálsson. Counting Goldman Sachs and Barclays on its client portfolio, the group regularly handles substantial Icelandic DCM and ECM deals and also provides regulatory assistance on funds and borrowing mandates; it also recently established a banking task force which is aimed at lender clients. The practice also advises clients from the energy sector and attracts a significant amount of work from the aviation and technology industries. Securities specialist Guðbjörg Helga Hjartardóttir is another key contact.

Iceland > Commercial, corporate and M&A

(Leading individuals)

Thórólfur JónssonLOGOS legal services

At LOGOS legal servicesThórólfur Jónsson and Guðbjörg Helga Hjartardóttir lead the team in Reykjavik, while Guðmundur Oddsson heads up the London-based practice. Handling all aspects of commercial, corporate and M&A work, the team also acts on restructuring and refinancing mandates. With a client roster of listed corporates, the group is notably active in the fishing, automotive, technology and life sciences sectors; in a recent highlight, the team advised Klakki on the sale of the largest car leasing business in Iceland for ISK9.3bn.