Ian is an investment funds expert. He advises fund managers on the structuring and establishing of investment funds in a range of sectors with a particular focus on private equity, real estate, debt and infrastructure. Ian also has a substantial practice advising institutional investors on their strategic and cornerstone investments into funds across a spread of asset classes.
Ian and the team very much understood the path we were on, the commercial reasons we were doing it and were proactive in providing the most appropriate legal advice to help us achieve our aims.
Jacob Lyons - CR Investment Management
This was the first time we’d been through a transaction like this and Ian provided invaluable support by guiding us through the process and sharing their previous experience. That advice was critical and allowed us to get to a first closing. He was very proactive in thinking ahead and pre-empting issues before they came up. The Pinsent Masons team formed a very good bridge with our investors and dealt well with their very varied, complex and nuanced requirements. I found Ian and his team to be very commercial in their advice and they were, and continue to be, very valuable to us.
Dennis Matangira - Zebu Investment Partners
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