Bedell Cristin has moved to new offices in Cayman, part of a significant and strategic commitment to the jurisdiction.
The firm has moved its employees to new and innovatively designed offices in 18 Forum Lane, Camana Bay, the latest step in its plans to enhance its presence in Cayman since it merged with leading local firm, Solomon Harris, in 2018.
Laura Hatfield, a partner at Bedell Cristin, commented: “The move is a signal of our confidence in the jurisdiction and both the international financial services sector and the very successful local economy. Our investment in such prime real estate cements our position as a leading law firm in Cayman.
“With recent recruitment adding even greater strength in depth and with a state of the art new working environment, we remain ideally placed to further expand our market share of the provision of traditional legal expertise in the local market as well as tapping into our expertise of cross border legal services which plays an integral part in delivering multijurisdictional legal services as part of the Bedell Cristin group’s wider presence in the BVI, Guernsey, Jersey, London and Singapore as well as Cayman.”
Tim Pearce, global managing partner, Bedell Cristin, added: “Our presence in Cayman is a key part of our international strategy and has enabled us to broaden our reach within key markets where our clients do business, particularly those in Asia and the Middle East who are especially familiar with using Cayman structures. The move to these new premises is the next step in our international growth plan and underpins our long term investment in Cayman.”
Bedell Cristin, New office, Laura Hatfield, Cayman Islands