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Jeremy Kenley

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Jeremy Kenley is a partner in the Corporate practice of the London office. He advises on a wide range of corporate matters, including cross-border mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures. Jeremy has a particular focus on all aspects of real estate private equity, including the formation of real estate private equity and debt funds, as well as related real estate and debt acquisitions, real estate mergers and acquisitions, real estate joint ventures and co-investment deals and structures.


Prior to joining Mayer Brown in 2012, he was Real Estate General Counsel for a leading global alternative investment and fund management firm.




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