Maples and Calder appoints globally


International law firm Maples and Calder has appointed 12 new partners across its global offices including five in its office on the Cayman Islands.

The new partners in the Cayman Islands office are: Daniel Beckett, Jeremy Bomford, Michael Johns, Jonathon Meloy and Justin Pennay.

James Gaden, Richard Grasby and Terence Ho were appointed to partner in the Hong Kong office. 

In the firm's Dublin office, Elizabeth Bradley and John Breslin were elected.

Matthew Gilbert and Tom Katsaros were appointed in the London and Singapore offices, respectively.

Henry Smith, global managing partner, said: "Each year, we look forward to the chance to recognise the hard work of our lawyers and reward them for their dedication to the firm and exemplification of talents, upon which the firm relies for our continued success. It is with great pleasure that we announce the elections of these individuals to the partnership and are confident that they will each embrace their new responsibilities with the same level of commitment and excellence."

Maples and Calder, Daniel Beckett, Jeremy Bomford, Michael Johns, Jonathon Meloy, Justin Pennay

Cayman Funds