Ashurst advises Japan-based bank on partnership with investment company

Alliance to see the two companies collaborate on business opportunities in Australia and New Zealand

Ashurst advises Japan-based bank on partnership with investment company

Ashurst has advised Japanese investment bank Nomura Holdings on the formation of a strategic partnership with New Zealand-based investment and advisory firm Jarden Partners in Australia and New Zealand.

The alliance will see the companies collaborate to boost business opportunities and strengthen transactions in Australia and New Zealand.  

The partnership brings together Jarden’s expertise and origination capabilities with Nomura’s global network, product capabilities, and strong balance sheet to support clients across the equity and debt capital markets, and acquisition and leverage finance.

Ashurst advised Nomura on all aspects of the transaction, with a team led by partner Rob Hanley. Senior associate Sumit Ram and graduate Yang Shu of corporate transactions, partner Melissa Fraser, senior associate Candice Upfold, and lawyer Jessica Apel of the competition group, and partner Jonny Gordon of the financial regulatory team also provided support.

“We are delighted to have advised Nomura on this strategic alliance with Jarden, which will offer both firms complementary strengths and cultural synergies, while expanding the depth and reach of their respective global services,” Hanley said.

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