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Maples and Calder has acted as Cayman Islands counsel to China’s second-largest mobile phone maker Xiaomi in a combined sale of shares and convertible bonds.
Chantal Martin is the fourth Caymanian this year to complete her articles of clerkship at Maples and Calder.
The Maples Group announced that, since the outbreak of COVID-19, it has donated over US$135,000 to local organisations that are supporting the community through the pandemic.
Hedge Fund Journal included Maples partners Gwyneth Rees, Harjit Kaur and Heidi de Vries in its ‘50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds’ report.
Maples appointed Chris Capewell as head of its Cayman Islands Regulatory group. He will oversee the practice group’s operation and business development strategy.
It was another great turnout for Hannah’s Heroes Big Shave event in support of St. Baldrick’s Foundation childhood cancer research on Friday.
Declan Magennis, a director at major international accounting firm BDO’s corporate recovery and insolvency subsidiary, BDO CRI (Cayman) Ltd., has been voted ‘Accountant of the Year’ by members of the Recovery and Insolvency Specialists’ Association, Cayman Islands (RISA Cayman).
The Kensington Hellcats edged out a 7-6 win over Maples in week 6 of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association’s Premier League last Saturday at the Annex.
Logic partners with IMPACT17; Monetary Authority launches online fee payment module; Conyers welcomes new corporate associate; Maples group sponsors CRS 101 event; Logic branch closes for renovations; and Seminar provides training for CIMA inspections;.
The Maples group is sponsoring YMCA Cayman Islands with a donation of CI$50,000 from the Maples Foundation.
The final game of the 2016 Corporate Cup on Saturday will be a rematch of the “Battle of the Law Firms” as Maples takes on Walkers at 3 p.m. at the Camana Bay sports field.
The FLOW Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League game last weekend was a tribute to valued player Michael “Mikey” Gourzong, 24, who drowned last month while swimming with friends.
Early liquor licensing renewals encouraged; Harneys admits Caymanian lawyer to Bar; Maples and CIASA continue partnership for swimmers; Appleby awards 2016 student scholarships
A small team of ambitious and charitable kiteboarders who plan to ride the wind from Little Cayman to Grand Cayman as part of the first Maples Kiting for Cancer event have raised $100,000 for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.