Mr Jack Boldarin > Walkers > London, England > Lawyer Profile

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Work Department

Corporate and Finance


Jack Boldarin is Managing Partner of Walkers’ London office and a Partner in the firm’s Global Finance and Corporate Group. He is experienced in British Virgin Islands law and Cayman Islands law. Jack heads up the firm’s London/European based British Virgin Islands law practice and also leads a dedicated team of lawyers who provide British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands law services to clients based in Russia and across Central & Eastern Europe. Jack specialises in corporate transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic joint ventures, takeovers, international stock exchange listings and corporate reorganisations), structured and asset finance (including securitisations and aircraft financings) and project and acquisition finance. He spent a number of years in each of the Jersey, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands offices of the firm prior to moving to London and is the former leader of the Finance and Corporate Group in the British Virgin Islands.


Jack initially practised with a New Zealand law firm undertaking a wide range of corporate and finance work. He then joined a major French investment bank in London primarily working on structured finance and commodity derivative based transactions. Thereafter Jack joined the Structured and Asset Finance team at Norton Rose in London where he worked for four years specialising in structured and asset financings and on a number of infrastructure projects (including several prominent PPP and PFI projects) before joining Walkers.​


First in Law, Victoria University of Wellington | ADMITTED IN: England and Wales (not practising); New Zealand (not practising).

Lawyer Rankings

London > Offshore firms in London > Offshore firms in London

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Operating at ‘the top of the market’, Walkers’ Cayman Islands focused practice is highlighted for its robust expertise across banking and finance, investment funds and litigation. Managing partner Jack Boldarin  is consistently singled out for his transactional expertise in BVI law. Backed by an enviable client roster made up of leading US and European banks and energy companies including Saudi Aramco, the team has an extensive coverage across the EMEA region. Key contacts include newly promoted parter Catherine Overton, joint heads of insolvency Fraser Hern  and John O’Driscoll , and Sara Hall who heads the regulatory practice. Tatziana Paraguacuto co-heads the investment funds practice with Hughie Wong . On the asset finance side, Mark Galazzi is the key name. The group also has a London based Bermuda team led by Neil McDonald  and Patrick Ormond​​​​ who is rated by clients.