Appleby Beefs Up Cayman Funds Team

Jul 9 2013 | 8:17am ET

International law firm Appleby has made two hires for the funds and investment services team in its Cayman office.

The firm has added Jonathan Bernstein, formerly of Ogier (Cayman), as a senior associate, and Andrew Harding, who is transferring from Appleby's Isle of Man office, as an associate.

Bernstein specializes in the formation, restructuring and termination of all types of Cayman Islands investment funds. His clients include major US-based investment managers and several of the largest asset managers in Latin America.

Harding has been advising on funds and investment services for over eight years.

Said Ian Gobin, Appleby’s global head of the funds & investment services team, in a statement: “Jonathan and Andrew are joining a well-established team of commercial, experienced and entrepreneurial investment fund professionals.  This is in direct response to a continued increase in business which is a result of the excellent quality of service we give to our clients.”


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