Jasmin Matthews

Senior Associate - Corporate and Commercial

Jasmin is a Senior Associate in the Corporate and Commercial team.

She advises a broad range of clients based in New Zealand and overseas on various corporate and commercial matters. Her expertise includes private mergers and acquisitions, overseas investment, private equity and corporate governance.

Jasmin has extensive experience in providing advice to directors, shareholders and companies on corporate compliance matters and corporate structures, including constitutions and shareholder agreements.

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Professional background

Recent work

Global Marketplace

Advised Global Marketplace (backed by Tanarra Capital) on its acquisition of NZME’s online GrabOne business.

NZ Equity Partners

Advised NZ Equity Partners on its investment in Contract Mechanical Services Limited.

Certares and Knighthead

Advised the main equity investors, Certares and Knighthead on the New Zealand aspects (including overseas investment approval) of their successful auction bid to take Hertz out of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy.

Intersnack

Advised Intersnack on the New Zealand aspects (including overseas investment approval) of its acquisition of Unisnack (which operates in New Zealand through Griffin’s and Proper Snacks) from its joint venture partner.

Flintfox investment

Advised Advent Partners, one of Australia’s longest standing private equity firms, on its investment alongside existing shareholders in Flintfox International Limited.

Sale of Bauer Media

Advised Bauer Media on its exit from the New Zealand market following the closure of its New Zealand operations due to the impacts of COVID-19.

Admitted

  • 2015, New Zealand

Qualifications

  • LLB/BA, University of Auckland

Affiliations

  • Member, Emerging Talent in M&A
  • Member, esela – The legal network for social impact

Specialisations

  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Overseas Investment
  • Private Equity
  • Corporate Governance