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Erik Jamieson

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For over 15 years, Erik has been helping investment managers, promoters and investors launch and invest in funds. Erik advises across a full range of alternative asset classes, and has established funds investing in private equity, infrastructure, renewables, reinsurance, real estate, emerging markets as well as hedge funds. As a partner and head of the listed funds practice at Hogan Lovells, Erik pioneered the London Main Market listed infrastructure fund market as well as the London listed reinsurance fund market, acting for most of the listed funds in these sectors.


London: Investment fund formation and management

Listed funds

Within: Listed funds

Hogan Lovells International LLP strengthened its investment fund team in 2017-18 with the recruitment of Jonathan Baird from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in summer 2017 and the promotion to partner of Jeremy Pickles at the start of 2018. Pickles advised CATCo Reinsurance Opportunities Fund, which owns insurance-linked securities concerning catastrophe reinsurance, on a $543m  capital raising.  Practice head Erik Jamieson  advised HICL Infrastructure Company Limited, a FTSE 250-member infrastructure fund, on a fundraising which raised £260m, beating its £205m target. Investment bank highlights included advising Canaccord Genuity as sponsor of the IPO of Aberdeen Standard Europe Logistics Income. Work concerning new funds include Pickles' advice to Sherborne Investors on forming activist fund Sherborne Investors Guernsey C, which raised £700m. Other clients include International Public Partnerships Limited, John Laing Environmental Assets and Urban Exposure, which Baird advised on its £165m flotation on AIM.

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Private funds

Within: Private funds

Key figures at¬†Hogan Lovells International LLP¬†include¬†Nicholas Holman, whose¬†expertise covers infrastructure fund work, among other matters; newly promoted partner¬†Jeremy Pickles,¬†who handles investor-side work for development finance institutions; and¬†Erik Jamieson, who¬†advised Amber Infrastructure on forming a fund, structured as a private fund limited partnership, investing in both debt and equity in digital infrastructure. Other clients include Ventiga Capital Partners, which Holman advised on creating a new private equity fund. On the investor side, the team advised the Irish Strategic Investment Fund on a ‚ā¨105m investment into a fund investing into Irish SMEs, and continues to advise the Kodak UK Pension Plan.

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Real estate funds

Within: Real estate funds

At Hogan Lovells International LLP, Sian Owles  advised Land Securities on restructuring the Metro Shopping Centre Fund, including the exit of one investor - she also has experience of residential deals, including student accommodation. Nicholas Holman advised M&G Real Estate on its formation of a value-add closed ended fund. In listed real estate funds, Erik Jamieson advised Canaccord Genuity as sponsor and bookrunner of the IPO of Aberdeen Standard European Logistics Income PLC. Jonathan Baird joined from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP and advised Urban Exposure (which lends to residential real estate developers) on its flotation on AIM.

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