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Two entities of the Maples Group are seeking a judicial review of how the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority interprets and applies certain provisions of the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations in practice.
EY’s Robert Moncrieff, Global Insurance International and Transactions Tax Services leader, has joined the EY region of the Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands.
The Maples Group recently donated US$49,373 on behalf of its clients to the Cayman Islands Red Cross, following a general appeal by the organisation for essential funding.
Listings of collateralised loan obligations - securities that are backed by a pool of debt, such as corporate loans - on the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange (CSX) were only marginally down in the first half of 2020 compared to the previous year.
Nine staff members of Maples Group volunteered as business mentors to 11 high school students in the recently concluded 2019/2020 Junior Achievement programme.
The Maples Group has made two donations on behalf of its clients to local not-for-profit organisations Literacy Is For Everyone (LIFE) and The Pines Retirement Home.
100 Women in Finance, a global finance industry organisation, announced that Maples Group recently donated 25 new HP laptops to GirlForce 100 mentees from...
The Maples Group supported the issuer and co-issuer on the Cayman Islands and Delaware, legal, listing and fiduciary aspects of its middle market collateralised loan obligation (CLO).
The Maples Group has been recognised in the latest edition of the Chambers High Net Worth Guide, achieving a Band One ranking at both firm and individual level, the only law firm within this year’s guide to do so.
Twelve Maples Group employees volunteered as business mentors to local high school students in the 2018/2019 Junior Achievement programme.
The Maples Group’s legal services division, which advises on the laws of the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Ireland, Jersey and Luxembourg, has appointed eight new partners and seven of counsel across its global offices.
The Maples Group has hired Hugo Lodge as a partner in its regulatory and compliance legal practice. Mr. Lodge joins the group’s Cayman Islands office from the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority, where he led a team responsible for the oversight of AML supervision in the U.K. legal sector.