Jamie Taylor

Jamie Taylor

Of Counsel


Hong Kong SAR

Jamie has a particular focus on equity backed financing, securitisation and derivatives. 

His equity backed financing practice extends to margin loans and total return swaps, across various APAC markets and jurisdictions.

His securitisation experience covers a wide variety of asset classes, across various APAC markets and jurisdictions and he routinely acts for both buy and sell side participants.

Jamie is recognised as a Rising Star in the Legal 500 Australia guide for Securitisation.


Representative matters

USD40m: a French bank in connection with a leveraged total return swap in respect of the shares of a company listed on the National Stock Exchange of India.

USD3.3bln: a syndicate comprised of two financial institutions in connection with a private ABS warehouse backed by a pool of Australian auto finance and related dealer floorplan receivables acquired by Angle Finance from Westpac Banking Corporation.

USD200m: a US bank as senior financier in connection with a private ABS warehouse backed by a pool of receivables originated by a Hong Kong non-bank lender to merchants on various e-commerce platforms.

USD500m: a global institutional alternative investment management firm as sponsor in connection with the acquisition of, and financing by way of a private RMBS facility of, a pool of Hong Kong residential mortgage loans originated by a property developer.

Next Generation Lawyer - leads on a lot of great transactions
Legal 500 2018 Australia guide for Capital Markets
Loan portfolio specialist, Rising Star
Legal500, 2021



Admitted as Solicitor, Hong Kong, 2023

Admitted as a Solicitor (New South Wales, Australia), 2007

Admitted as a Foreign Registered Lawyer (Hong Kong), 2022


Bachelor of Law (First Class Honours), University of Sydney, 2007

Master of Business Administration, La Trobe University, 2003

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), University of Melbourne, 2001


A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.