Charles Jemmett | Birmingham | Hogan Lovells

Charles Jemmett

Counsel Corporate & Finance

Jemmett Charles

Charles Jemmett
Jemmett Charles
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Charles Jemmett advises clients on a broad range of corporate and private equity matters. These range from complex transactions to day-to-day corporate legal matters; whilst always ensuring the advice provided is commercially focused..

Charles has experience in leading transactions involving Hogan Lovells offices globally and has been involved in a variety of corporate matters, including working on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, shareholder agreements, management buy outs and secondary buy outs. He has worked for a number of clients in a wide variety of industry sectors; this has allowed Charles to build up a range of industry experience, particularly in the real estate and technology sectors.

Representative experience

Acting for Lynwood Investors on its disposal of Waterstones.

The founders of Crypto Facilities Limited on the sale of Crypto Facilities to Kraken.

Acting for HDR, inc. on its acquisition of the Hurley Palmer Flatt group.

The finance arm of a major car manufacturer on a cross-border merger pursuant to the Companies (Cross-Border Merger) Regulations 2007.

A leading food manufacturer on its worldwide group reorganisation including a circa £700 million transfer of assets from one UK entity to another.

IDI on its buyout of Mangar Health.

IBM on the global separation and reorganisation of Kyndryl Holdings, Inc., its managed infrastructure services business, prior to the spin-off of Kyndryl into a separate publicly traded company.

Infratil, the listed vehicle of the New Zealand based infrastruture fund Morrison & Co, on its £130m investment in a 40% stake in the Kao data centre in Harlow.

KBR on its US$400m acquisition of Frazer-Nash Consultancy from Babcock.


  • BSc (Hons), University of Bristol, 2008
Bar admissions and qualifications
  • Solicitor, England and Wales
Court admissions
  • Senior Courts of England and Wales