Position: Funds Lawyer
Location: Cayman Islands
Applications are invited by the Cayman Islands office of Maples & Calder for the position of Funds Lawyer.
Who We Seek
Our merit-based culture suits professionals in pursuit of boundless careers and lives. Beyond their acumen, team members are collaborative and conscientious, bringing a healthy sense of drive and purpose to each interaction to all aspects of their work.
About the Role
Our Funds & Investment Management team is recognised as a market leader in providing legal services to investment funds, investment managers, investors and /or providers of fund financing. Our qualified Funds Lawyers advise in the legal aspects of setting up, managing and investing across a broad range of fund structures and management entities.
What You Bring
Applicants will have a first class academic background, admitted to practice in a recognised Commonwealth jurisdiction, at least 3-5 years' relevant post qualification experience ideally gained from a leading law firm in a major onshore or offshore jurisdiction.
Our competitive remuneration package is based on qualifications and experience and includes a discretionary end-of-year bonus.
About the Maples Group
Over five decades, the Maples Group has grown from modest beginnings into one of the world's preeminent professional services firms, offering specialised fiduciary, fund administration, regulatory and compliance, entity formation and management and legal services on the laws of the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Ireland, Jersey and Luxembourg.
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Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Ugland House, South Church Street, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
The Maples Group prioritises employee health and wellbeing. We offer a range of benefits, including: comprehensive health coverage, pension plan, competitive vacation packages, educational assistance and professional development programmes.
Maples’ standard policy to undertake various background screening checks, including criminal records checks, on all applicants to whom a conditional job offer is made. Maples will only ask applicants to disclose a past criminal conviction when a conditional job offer is made. If you have a criminal record, it does not mean that your job offer will be automatically withdrawn. Maples will make all job offer decisions on a case by case basis and will take a number of factors into account, such as the role that you are applying for and the nature and circumstances of the past offence. You will have the opportunity to discuss the matter with Maples before a decision is made.