Walkers promotes nine in Cayman

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Five attorneys in Walkers’ Cayman Islands office have been invited to join the partnership, and four associates have been promoted to senior counsel.

In total, there were 31 promotions globally, which represents Walkers’ largest round of promotions to date. Since 1 July, there have been nine promotions in Cayman, six in Ireland, five in Hong Kong, four in London, three in Singapore, two in Jersey and one each in the British Virgin Islands and Guernsey offices.

In the Cayman office, Bicrom Das (Investment Funds), Clive Thomas (Private Capital & Trusts), Ed Pearson (Investment Funds), Monique Bhullar (Private Capital & Trusts) and Tamsin West (Investment Funds) have all joined the partnership.

Christine Ballantyne-Drew (Investment Funds), Jo-Anne Stephens (Private Capital & Trusts), Matt Bernardo (Investment Funds) and Shamar Ennis (Finance) have been promoted to senior counsel.

Walkers Global Managing Partner Ingrid Pierce said, “The number of promotions we have made this year is indicative of the depth of skill across the firm and the commitment to our clients. I am proud to work with such talented colleagues who bring a wealth of expertise to our core legal services.”

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