Hamilton Locke is very pleased to have advised Pollination in respect of its strategic partnership with ANZ including ANZ’s US$50m investment in Pollination. The new strategic partnership will help Pollination and ANZ to deliver innovative solutions and opportunities for their customers, helping drive the global transition to net zero and support nature.
Hamilton Locke is incredibly proud to have the opportunity to work alongside Pollination to help deliver market-making strategic and practical advice to global participants in the new energy and decarbonisation spaces.
Martijn Wilder AM, Co-Founder of Pollination, commented that: “It has been an absolute delight to have Hamilton Locke’s support. The team’s advice and guidance on the ANZ transaction follows on from its support of Pollination on key strategic projects and a number of important direct investments where they have consistently excelled”.
Commenting on the transaction, Hamilton Locke partner James Delesclefs said: “Hamilton Locke is delighted to have supported Pollination on this important and market leading transaction. The new energy and carbon markets sector is of key strategic significance to us. With its global reach, critical social purpose, fast changing and complex regulatory framework, it is a very satisfying area for our firm’s practitioners and a journey we are honoured to be sharing with Pollination”.
Hamilton Locke has a market leading New Energy and Carbon Markets team, with specialists across the full breadth of its practice areas, including corporate M&A, Finance and Projects. The Firm advises on cutting edge cross-border matters and regularly joins forces with the world’s top independent law firms. In respect of Pollination’s strategic partnership with ANZ, Hamilton Locke partnered with leading London City independent firm Macfarlanes LLP on English law aspects of the transaction. Other advisers included Deloitte advising Pollination on tax related matters and Ashurst acting for ANZ.
Hamilton Locke is Australia’s fastest growing full-service law firm, with 33 partners and 61 lawyers with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Hamilton Locke is part of Halo Group Holdings, a professional services firm, uniquely providing clients with access to essential corporate services across legal, governance, risk and compliance.
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