Maples and Calder Announces New Partners
International law firm Maples and Calder, which advises on the laws of the Cayman Islands, Ireland and the British Virgin Islands, has announced the appointment of 12 new partners across its global offices.
The new partners in the Cayman Islands office include Greg Barwick, Philip Dickinson, Patrick Head, Andrew Keast and Patrick Rosenfeld. Ian Conlon, Stephen McLoughlin, Eimear O'Dwyer, Enda O'Keeffe and Ciara O'Leary were appointed as partners in the Dublin office. Manuela Belmontes and Harjit Kaur were elected in the Dubai and London offices, respectively.
Global Managing Partner, Henry Smith commented, "It is with great pleasure that we announce the elections of these talented and dedicated professionals, each of whom has demonstrated expertise in their practice areas and a commitment to providing excellent client service. With these appointments, Maples and Calder now has over 100 partners worldwide for the first time in the firm's history."
Additionally, the firm is pleased to announce the recent recruitment of aviation finance specialist, Donna Ager as a partner in Dublin.