The partners of Rawlinson &
Hunter have announced that Tamara Corbin has been admitted to the company’s
Cayman Islands partnership.
Ms Corbin has worked at the company
since 1997, immediately after completing her university education and was
promoted to manager in 2001, senior manager in 2004 and director in 2007.
Her initial experience with the
firm was in audit and assurance services, and over the years she has gained
expertise in both local and international financial services, according to a
press release from the firm.
Her responsibilities primarily
relate to international trust structures, purpose trusts and corporate
services. She will also provide additional senior level support with human
resources and training initiatives.
Ms Corbin holds a master’s degree
in accounting, is a certified public accountant and a trust and estate
practitioner. She is a member of the Cayman Islands branch of the Society of
Trust and Estate Practitioners.
She is also a director of the
R&H Trust Co. Ltd, a duly licensed Cayman Islands trust company owned and
operated by Rawlinson & Hunter in the Cayman Islands.
Commenting on her appointment,
senior partner Richard Douglas said: “On behalf of my fellow partners, it gives
me great pleasure to welcome Tamara to the partnership. This significant event
reflects the continued growth and expansion of our firm in these challenging
times, and emphasises the level of importance that we place on the retention
and advancement of such a highly experienced and qualified individual.
“Tamara’s years with the firm have
helped her develop a level of expertise that provides an invaluable
contribution through enhancing the strength and depth of service that we bring
to the marketplace.”
The Cayman Islands office of
Rawlinson & Hunter has been providing professional services for more than
35 years and specialises in the provision of trust and corporate services, fund
fiduciary services, restructuring and recovery and accounting services to local
and international clients.