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New Partners Join Maples and Calders Leading Funds Team
05 Oct 2012
Further to our
announcement of 29 March 2012, we are pleased to welcome six new Funds partners to our Cayman Islands office. Heidi de Vries, Julian Ashworth, Sheryl Dean, David Marshall, Philip Millward and Gwyneth Rees join associates Greg Barwick, Philip Dickinson, Patrick Head and Lucy Nicklas, who commenced employment in August. Tim Clipstone, a partner in our British Virgin Islands office, started in June.
"We are excited to welcome this latest round of hires to our team,-quot; said Jon Fowler, the firms Global Head of the Funds group. Their joining our firm underlines Maples and Calders position as the premier law firm in the Cayman Islands. Their collective expertise, combining technical knowledge, transactional experience and market insight, will reinforce Maples existing position as a leader in the funds industry."
Heidi, Julian, Sheryl, David, Philip and Gwyneth are all experts in the funds arena and each boast an impressive background involving the representation of large international financial institutions and independent investment managers across the spectrum. Collectively, they bring a deep bench of experience in advising on fund structuring, formation, ongoing compliance, governance, restructuring and winding-up.
For further information, please contact any of the partners listed above.
Advising on the laws of the BVI, the Cayman Islands, Ireland, Jersey and Luxembourg, our global Funds & Investment Management team provides expert legal advice on every aspect of the life cycle of an investment fund including set up, management and investment across a broad range of fund structures and management entities.