Jennifer Sangaroonthong

Jennifer Sangaroonthong

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Jennifer Sangaroonthong is an associate in the Global Investment Funds Group at Walkers’ Cayman Islands office.

Jennifer regularly advises some of the world's largest investment firms on a broad range of matters including private equity and hedge fund matters, with expertise in private equity structuring, downstream acquisitions and divestments and end-of-life matters. She also advises on initial public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, restructures, preferred equity financings and special purpose acquisition companies.

She also advises clients on a wide range of FinTech matters including advising on the establishment and maintenance of Cayman Islands foundation companies to assist with the oversight and development of blockchain protocols.

 

Prior to joining Walkers, Jennifer worked in the Corporate and Commercial Law team at Buddle Findlay in Wellington, New Zealand. She advised regularly on a broad range of corporate and commercial matters, including complex commercial contracts, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, capital raises, as well as co-operative and mutual business structures.

She also has experience assisting public and private sector organisations carrying out their business activities consistently with their public and commercial law obligations, including advising clients on legislative design, decision-making by statutory bodies, management of public expenditure through public sector contracting, and industry regulation.

Admitted in:
Cayman Islands
New Zealand (not practising)

Qualifications:
LLB (First Class Hons), University of Canterbury, New Zealand
BA (Double Majors) Psychology and Media & Communications, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

2021 Legal 500 - Recommended Lawyer - ‘Caroline Heal and Jennifer Sangaroonthong are always quick to reply and provide thorough yet understandable advice on all issues and are incredible helpful in helping us to have our questions answered. Excellent communication on the matter itself as well as billing transparency.’

 

Jennifer was the recipient of the John Burrows Prize in Media Law as well as the Canterbury Law Bursary Award.

Jennifer is a volunteer at Code Cayman, an organisation which designs and organises programmes for persons interested in software development.

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