Jasmine Amaria

Jasmine Amaria


T +44 (0)20 7220 4975
M +44 (0)7837 462561
E jasmine.amaria@walkersglobal.com

Practice Areas

Jasmine joined Walkers in 2007 and is a partner in the Global Investment Funds Group based in the London office. Her practice focuses on both alternative investment funds and private equity funds, and she regularly advises on their establishment, on-going corporate transactions and financing activities. Jasmine has also advised clients on their fund restructurings and distressed situations.

Jasmine has significant experience in a broad range of corporate and finance transactions, and regularly advises on mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, shareholder arrangements and group reorganisations and restructurings. Her practice has also included advising on IPOs of Cayman Islands companies on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange, and her clients include leading international banks, financial institutions, asset management firms and private equity houses.

Jasmine is also part of the Walkers Global India Group which drives the firm’s strategy and dealings with Indian companies and clients and foreign investments into India.

Jasmine has experience in both Cayman Islands law and BVI law aspects of transactions.

Jasmine trained and qualified at Slaughter and May, where she spent 9 years prior to joining Walkers. Whilst at Slaughter and May, she advised investment banks and corporate clients in relation to capital markets and structured finance transactions, securitisations, IPOs, investment fund, private equity and banking structures as well as providing general commercial and corporate advice to clients.

Jasmine was seconded to Abbey National Treasury Services in 2004, where she advised the bank on finance transactions, including derivative products and bond and note issuances. She also spent a year on secondment in the Principal Finance department at UBS, where she advised on the legal aspects of principal investments made on behalf of the bank.​

Admitted in:
The British Virgin Islands
England and Wales (not practising)

LLB (Hons), London School of Economics and Political Science

2019 Who's Who Legal - Private Funds (Recommended Lawyer)

2018 Legal 500 - (Offshore) Recommended Lawyer

"Jasmine Amaria, the latter 'particularly impressing with her responsiveness and ability to turn complex matters around in very short time frames'."

2018 Who's Who Legal - Private Funds (Recommended Lawyer)

2018 Chambers UK Guide - (Corporate & Finance) A Notable Practitioner:

"Jasmine Amaria is described by sources as 'super-efficient' and 'super-knowledgeable'. Interviewees highlight her strengths in both finance and M&A."

2017 Legal 500 - (Offshore) Recommended Lawyer

"Jasmine Amaria is ‘exceptionally responsive, commercial and excellent at finding solutions to complex questions’."

2017 Chambers UK Guide - (Corporate & Finance) A Notable Practitioner:

"Jasmine Amaria is commended by clients as a 'super-efficient and super-knowledgeable' Cayman Islands law practitioner."

2016 Chambers Global Guide – (Corporate & Finance) A Notable Practitioner

2016 Chambers UK - Jasmine Amaria is described by clients as "time-efficient" and "very good at client communication" Her expertise lies in investment funds and corporate deals.

2015 Chambers Global Guide – (Corporate & Finance) A Notable Practitioner

​2015 Chambers UK Guide - "Clients describe her as a fantastic practitioner who is 'responsive and very practical'."

2014 Finance Monthly Deal Maker of the Year Winner – US$122M Asian Macro Fund Launch by City Financial