Victoria Younghusband, Partner and Non-resident Partner, Hong Kong
Victoria is a corporate lawyer specialising in advising investment funds and their managers and other advisers.
Victoria is a corporate lawyer who has specialised in advising investment funds and their managers and other advisers on all aspects from set-up, fund raising, governance, acquisitions, disposals and mergers to restructuring and winding-up. The funds may be open-ended or closed-ended, onshore or offshore, authorised or unregulated and in a number of different legal structures. Much of her work is cross-border with the managers, funds or underlying assets being based worldwide, including in particular the USA, continental Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa. In the quoted funds arena, she acts for sponsors on occasion, as well as for the funds themselves, or their managers. She has been an expert witness in a dispute on the terms of an investment management agreement.
She is a member of the Company Law Committee of the City of London Law Society and led their Joint Working Group on Market Abuse. She is also a member of the technical committee of the Association of Investment Companies (AIC) and a member of various working groups of the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA). She is ranked as a leading individual for Investment Funds in Chambers and Legal 500, and recognised as an expert in Who’s Who Legal: Private Funds and is highly regarded for investment funds in IFLR1000. She is also a member of the 100 Women in Finance London Legal and Compliance Peer Advisory Group.
Victoria is admitted to practise in England and Wales and in Hong Kong (where she lived and worked for four years).
- Acting for India Capital Growth Fund Limited on its move from AIM to a premium listing on the Main Market
- Advising on the 2018 UK Corporate Governance Code and the 2019 AIC Code of Corporate Governance
- Advising on the establishment of an Irish EuVECA fund to invest in start-ups and more mature technology companies
AIM market webinar where we will look back on the events of 2020 and look forward to the possible investment trends we will see in 2021.
European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) reporting
We take a closer a look at delays to ESEF electronic annual financial reporting implementation.
Climate-related financial disclosures for premium listed commercial companies
Reviewing the UK Government’s Green Finance Strategy and its proposals for a new climate-related disclosure rule for premium listed issuers.