James Mossetto is a corporate associate in Cohen & Gresser’s London office. He has advised fund managers, hedge funds, private funds, family offices, and other alternative investment vehicles with respect to fund formation and structuring, primary and co-investments, and secondary acquisitions and disposals. James also advises on GP restructurings and M&A transactions, and has experience with offshore and emerging market jurisdictions.

Prior to joining Cohen & Gresser, James was an associate in the private funds teams at Clifford Chance and at MJ Hudson Limited in London. He has also had experience of working in Australia.

James completed his Legal Practice Course with distinction from BPP, London, and received his Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with First Class Honors from the University of Lincoln.

James Mossetto is a corporate associate in Cohen & Gresser’s London office. He has advised fund managers, hedge funds, private funds, family offices, and…

Education

BPP London (LPC, 2014); University of Lincoln (LLB, 2010)

Bar Admissions

England & Wales

Cohen & Gresser LLP advised private equity firm Limerston Capital in its acquisition of Forensis Group Limited and Forensic Axis Limited (trading respectively as Forensic Access and Axiom International), specialists in forensics science services and premier providers of international institutional reform and capacity building. The combined acquisition will form the basis of a new, comprehensive international criminal justice services provider. Management and founders, led by Professor Angela Gallop, will retain a significant minority shareholding as part of the transaction and will work with Limerston Capital to expand the businesses through organic growth and strategic acquisitions. The terms of the transactions were not disclosed.

Jeffrey M Bronheim, Daniel H Mathias, and James R Mossetto discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on private equity funds, noting that investor uncertainty and the need to preserve cash may drive limited partners (“LPs”) to question their obligations to fund capital calls.

Jeffrey M Bronheim, Daniel H Mathias, and James R Mossetto discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on private equity funds, noting that investor uncertainty and the need to preserve cash may drive limited partners (“LPs”) to question their obligations to fund capital calls.