oliver hughes

Senior Associate


oliver hughes

Senior Associate


Oliver Hughes

Senior Associate

E: oh@pineladvocates.com

T: +44 (0)1534 828988

Outside Interests

Oliver enjoys running and cycling and plays cricket and hockey for local sports teams.


Oliver Hughes is a Senior Associate in Pinel Advocates' Jersey office and was recommended for Banking and Finance advice in the 2016 edition of the Legal 500.

Oliver has represented a wide range of financial institutions and companies on corporate, private client, finance and restructuring transactions.  Before joining Pinel Advocates, he worked as a finance associate at Ogier.

Relevant Experience

His representative matters include advising on the Jersey law aspects of the following transactions:

  • advising a German bank on the amendment and restatement of £800 million and £400 million facilities with a Jersey property unit trust and company obligors;

  • advising a UK property group on the refinancing of a £72 million facility with Jersey limited partnerships and company obligors;

  • advising a Greek technology public company in relation to, amongst other things, the refinancing and the taking of Jersey security connected to a £325 million facility;

  • advising a Jersey company on the purchase of the largest IT company in the Channel Islands;

  • advising an investment fund on its listing of protected cell companies on The International Stock Exchange;

  • advising on the creation of various Jersey Private Funds;

  • advising a Polish private equity group on regulatory, establishment and other issues in connection with the creation of a €150 million Jersey regulated expert fund; and

  • advising a range of Jersey trust companies on the appointing of assets, retiring as trustee from trusts and terminating trust structures.

Career & Qualifications

King’s College, London (BA, Hons) 2007

BPP, Waterloo, London (Graduate Diploma in Law) 2009

BPP, Holborn, London (Legal Practice Course) 2010

Professional Bodies

Member of The Law Society of England and Wales