Caroline Hammond is an associate in the Investment Management Practice Group in Haynes Boone’s London office.
Her practice focuses on advising founders of early-stage companies on fundraising rounds and general corporate matters; as well as advising fund managers on fund formation and management mandates, and assisting venture capital, private equity and corporate clients on all aspects of primary and secondary investments and divestments.
- Advising Zero Carbon Capital on the launch of a UK fund that invests in companies that focus on building and commercialising technologies that will accelerate the global net-zero transition.
- Advising a data-driven proptech company on its £5m Series A funding round.
- Advising a leading developer of decentralised blockchain interoperability on its second seed funding round and other business matters.
- Advising institutional investors, family offices and corporates on primary and secondary investments.
Some of these representations were handled by Caroline prior to joining Haynes Boone.
- Law Society of England & Wales
- The Engine Room: a networking organisation for associates and analysts in the alternative assets industry
Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School, 2021, with Distinction
Graduate Diploma in Law, BPP Law School, 2019
M.Sc., Psychology, University College London, 2017
B.S.C. (Hons), Psychology, Durham University, 2016
England and Wales
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