The Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA), the global representative for the alternative investment management industry presented its new council, serving for the 2018–2020 term.
Chair of AIMA Cayman, Russell Burt of Marbury, said: “I am looking forward to working with our new Council members over the next two years, representing the interests of our membership from promoting educational programming to developing best practices within the industry. Looking ahead, we hope to strengthen our presence locally and abroad in support of all efforts to ensure we continue to thrive as an industry and as a jurisdiction.”
Meanwhile, Colin MacKay of Intertrust Corporate Services joins AIMA’s global council based in London. In this new role, MacKay will collaborate with the global industry’s leadership, contributing an offshore perspective to the discussions that have a direct impact on the Cayman Islands.
Deputy Chair Ronan Guilfoyle of Calderwood said the funds industry continues to face many challenges and it has never been more critical for industry to collaborate in the interest of all stakeholders. “AIMA can play a valuable role in these discussions,” he added.
“Our business is all about relationships,” said Social Committee Chair Yolanda Banks-McCoy of Highwater. “We are excited to develop new and varied networking events that bring our membership together to share issues and strengthen relationships at both senior and more junior levels.”
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