Maxine is an associate of Maples and Calder's Trusts & Private Client team in the Maples Group's Cayman Islands office. She specialises in advising the world's leading banks and trust companies and private individuals on the establishment and ongoing administration of Cayman Islands trusts, including unit trusts, pension and employee benefit trusts and charitable trusts. Maxine is a leader in the use of private trust companies and all matters concerning the licensing, registration and operation of private trust companies. She also regularly advises clients on wills and the administration of estates. Maxine also provides training for corporate trustees on practical trusts management.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Trusts & Private Client
Maples Associate a "Rising Star" in Trusts & Private Client Industry
Maples Group Maintains Leading Position in Chambers High Net Worth
Maples and Calder Top Ranked in Chambers High Net Worth
Maxine joined the Maples Group in 2004. Maxine has been described as "a key associate" for trusts and private client work in Legal 500 and has been ranked by the Chambers and Partners High Net Worth guide as an "associate to watch".
2004 - Admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands
University of Western Ontario, Canada, BA (Hons), Political Science (Distinction)
London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, LLB (Hons)
College of Law, Guildford, UK, Legal Practice Diploma
Maxine is the Chair of the Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners (STEP) Council in the Cayman Islands, a member of the Legislative Sub-Committee of STEP in the Cayman Islands and of the Caribbean and Latin America Regional Committee of STEP. Maxine is also Chair of the Public Policy Committee of the Caribbean and Latin America Regional Committee of STEP. Maxine is a past Chair of the STEP Caribbean Conference and a member of the Cayman Islands Education Council.
Trust Cayman 2019
Private Wealth 2019: Cayman Islands
Practical Law Private Client Guide: Cayman Islands
Foundation Companies: One Year On
Cayman’s New Foundation Companies – A Month in Review
Foundation Companies May Now Be Incorporated in the Cayman Islands