Law firm Harneys has hired senior associate Remo Dalimonthee. His arrival brings the number ofHarneys lawyers practising Cayman law around the globe to 36, the firm said.
The firm has Cayman law experts at the partner and senior associate levels in the Caribbean, Latin America, Hong Kong, Africa and London.
Dalimonthee, who has been Cayman-qualified since 2003, has diverse language skills including fluent German and Spanish. As an investment funds specialist based in Harneys’ London office, he will provide advice to clients in the UK, Europe, Russia and beyond.
Dalimonthee's practice focuses on investment funds (including the establishment, maintenance and restructuring of open and closed ended fund structures) and general corporate matters. He has extensive onshore and offshore experience in international capital markets, banking and structured finance (including re-packagings and CLOs/CDOs). He has advised clients on AIM listed entities, Sharia compliant structures, bond issues and share buy-backs.
From 2004 to 2013 Remo practised Cayman Islands law at Solomon Harris where he split his time between the Cayman Islands, Germany and Switzerland, advising clients from Europe, Japan, China, the Middle East and Russia on a broad range of corporate, fund related and capital markets matters.
Remo trained at Jones Day in London, qualifying into the corporate department. He subsequently worked at Allen & Overy, Cadwalader and Slaughter and May.
Earlier this summer, partners Colin Berryman and Andrew Morehouse joined Harneys' Cayman-
based team. Both worked previously with Ogier in the Cayman Islands.