Jeremy Leese is a Director of the firm and Head of the Corporate Department at MJM. Jeremy’s practice focuses on
corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, shipping and aviation finance, corporate reorganisations and
restructurings, banking and international real estate finance, structured finance, as well as regulatory and
After qualification with a magic circle firm in the UK, Jeremy practised corporate law in the UK for four years
before moving in 1999 to one of the leading offshore law firms and working in their Bermuda, Hong Kong, Jersey
and British Virgin Islands offices. After a spell heading the Corporate & Commercial team at a firm in
Anguilla, Jeremy returned to Bermuda with MJM in August 2012.
Jeremy is a member of The Law Society of England & Wales, the Bermuda Bar Association, the BVI Bar
Association and the Anguilla Bar Association.
Bar and Court Admissions
Jeremy was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales (now non-practising) in 1995, and
called to the Bermuda Bar 2003. He was also admitted as a solicitor of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (BVI
Circuit) in 2008, and as a solicitor of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (Anguilla Circuit) in 2011.
Oxford University: BA (Hons)(Oxon) – Modern History 1990
College of Law (York): Law Society Finals (with honours) 1993
The Legal 500 Country Comparative Guides 2021 – Bermuda Fintech – View
International Comparative Legal Guide to: Mergers & Acquisitions 2019 – View
Getting the Deal Through – Aviation Finance & Leasing 2018 –
Getting the Deal Through – Aviation Finance & Leasing 2017 – View
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Lending & Secured Finance 2016 – View
Getting the Deal Through – Aviation Finance & Leasing – Bermuda Chapter – 2016 – View
Getting the Deal Through – Securities Finance 2015 – View
Getting the Deal Through – Aviation Finance & Leasing 2015 – View
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Lending & Secured Finance 2015 – View
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Lending & Secured Finance 2014 – View
Getting the Deal Through – Securities Finance 2014 – View
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Alternative Investment Funds 2014 – View
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