Anna is an associate of Maples and Calder's Funds & Investment Management team in the Maples Group's Cayman Islands office. She works in the Regulatory & Financial Services group on a wide variety of regulatory issues, including licensing, risk management, information disclosure and anti-money laundering matters. She has a broad range of regulatory experience in prudential, corporate, funds management and payment services regulation.
Anna has recently completed her Masters of Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science with a thesis on the regulation of cryptocurrencies and has co-authored articles on 'Reg Tech', cryptocurrencies and mobile payments.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Regulatory & Compliance
Maples Group Announces Strategic Appointments at Six Offices
Maples Group Expands Cayman Islands Regulatory & Compliance Practice
Anna joined the Maples Group in 2018 and previously worked as a solicitor in the financial services and corporate teams at DLA Piper New Zealand, and prior to that was a solicitor at Buddle Findlay.
2013 – Admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand (non practising)
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, LLB/BA (History and Criminology), 2013
London School of Economics and Politcial Science, Master of Laws (Distinction), 2019
The Regulatory 15/15
Cayman Islands Update: New CRS Form Released and FATCA Deadline Extended
Cayman Islands Update: AEOI 2020 Amendments
Cayman Islands Introduces Data Protection Law
Cayman Islands Banks and Trust Companies Law Amended
BVI AEOI Update: CbCR and CRS Deadlines Extended