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Maples and Calder Announces Recruitment of Industry Experts

01 Oct 2015

Maples and Calder is pleased to announce the addition of two senior lawyers to its Cayman Islands office. 

Morven McMillan will join Maples and Calder as partner and co-head of the Trusts practice in the Cayman Islands office, alongside Nigel Porteous.  Morven is a leading name in the trusts and private client arena and her expertise includes both contentious and non-contentious trusts.  Morven previously led the International Trusts & Private Client team at Mourant Ozannes in the Cayman Islands. 

Tim Dawson
will join Maples and Calder as a senior associate in the Regulatory & Financial Services group, headed by Martin Livingston.  Tim also joins from Mourant Ozannes, where he led the firm's Cayman Islands regulatory practice. 

"The firm is delighted to welcome Morven and Tim," said Henry Smith, Global Managing Partner of Maples and Calder.  "Our trusts and regulatory teams are in high demand and the level of experience that Morven and Tim bring to their respective fields will help us reinforce our position as Cayman's premier service provider in these areas." 

Morven and Tim will join the firm as soon as they are free to do so under their existing contractual arrangements and subject to work permit approvals from the Cayman Islands Immigration Department.

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