Deborah Drummond joins the firm as a Senior Associate having qualified as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands in 2006.
She enjoyed a highly successful career in Government where she rose to the role of Deputy Financial Secretary (Financial Services) having responsibility for policy on legislative development and international issues in relation to the Financial Services sector.
Art work from all grade levels from every school will be displayed showing off their western flare. Report cards will be sent home on Friday, January 6.“We lead Cayman in diversity, all our relevant metrics are very positive and I’m now focussed on the next stage of our development.To date we have concentrated on Latin America, the Middle East, Hong Kong and Mainland China and now we have developed sufficient traction we are ready to bring our very particular expertise and value proposition to the more traditional markets,” Travers added.Deborah was a member of the Cayman Islands Government negotiating teams dealing directly with the OECD and the FATF and on the Tax Information Exchange Agreements.Deborah was also Vice Chairman of the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange having spearheaded the initiative and the legislation in setting up the exchange.
Louise is a corporate and funds lawyer with over 20 years of legal experience both in private practice in the City of London (Herbert Smith) and in-house as general counsel to a private investment management firm.