Gemma Campbell > Carey Olsen (Guernsey) LLP > St Peter Port, Guernsey > Lawyer Profile
Carey Olsen (Guernsey) LLP Offices
PO BOX 98, CAREY HOUSE
ST PETER PORT
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Gemma is a senior associate in the corporate and finance team. She has a wide range of experience on corporate matters and regulatory issues, with a particular focus on the establishment, management, structuring and restructuring of both open-ended and closed-ended investment funds.
Prior to joining Carey Olsen in 2013, Gemma spent seven years with another leading offshore law firm. Gemma was admitted as a solicitor in 2009 and was called to the Guernsey Bar in 2011.
Lawyer Rankings(Rising stars)
Carey Olsen handles a mix of funds work, clearly leading some statistical measures of funds advice. The firm handles private funds work instructed via elite London firms for some of the global elite private equity fund sponsors, with Tom Carey, Annette Alexander, David Crosland, Andrew Boyce and Ben Morgan leading key work in this area; a number of those also have expertise in handling listed funds work. Chris Hutley-Hurst is a well-respected senior associate, as is Gemma Campbell, who co-operates with Alexander and Morgan on work for elite private equity houses.(Rising stars)
Carey Olsen handles the Guernsey aspects of heavyweight M&A deals, including public M&A and private equity deals. Tony Lane and Tom Carey handle complex cross-border M&A deals, with Andrew Boyce‘s practice including deals involving institutional investors, crossing over with his fund formation practice. Annette Alexander is another notable partner. is a key senior associate for M&A work. Senior associates Gemma Campbell and John Scanlan are also highly regarded.
- Corporate and M&A - Guernsey
- Investment funds - Guernsey
- Rising stars - Guernsey > Corporate and M&A
- Rising stars - Guernsey > Investment funds
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Commercial property
- Corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution
- Investment funds
- Private client, trusts and tax