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Carey Olsen

Work Department

Banking and Finance; Corporate; Investment Funds; Restructuring and Insolvency; Trusts and Private Wealth; Family Office


Fiona is counsel in Carey Olsen’s corporate team and advises clients in respect of corporate, banking and property finance matters. She focuses on real estate finance transactions, and acts for financial institutions and corporate borrowers, including real estate funds, private equity funds, pension funds, asset managers, property institutions and high net worth individuals/ family offices in the structuring, investment and sale and purchase of real estate.

She has particular knowledge of Jersey property unit trusts, spvs, limited partnerships and all types of joint venture structures and arrangements and can advise on all aspects of lending, borrowing and security in relation to these structures.

Fiona’s work extends to security reviews, enforcement advice and restructuring and she advises on both global and local finance transactions. In addition she has experience of cross boarder finance transactions and is familiar with and has drafted (to the satisfaction of the Shariyah Review Bureau) Islamic finance documents.


Fiona joined Carey Olsen in 2003. 

Fiona qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2001 (currently non-practising) and as an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey in 2011.

Lawyer Rankings

Jersey > Banking and finance

(Rising stars)

Fiona DaltonCarey Olsen

Carey Olsen‘s ‘responsive, commercial and practical‘ team is particularly active for banks, and is on the panels of a majority of leading names in the space. Practice head Robin Smith, in addition to dealing with trophy asset deals, regularly advises RBS International, and also handles fund finance work. Kate Andrews has restructuring expertise on top of her activity in the offshore legs of UK real estate finance transactions – an area where Peter German utilises his expertise on trophy London assets and more unusual properties. Below partner level, Fiona Dalton is a key counsel, and David Patterson and Rebecca McQuillan are two key promotions to senior associate, joining the ‘excellentLaura McConnell.