Maples and Calder, the Maples Group's law firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of six of its lawyers across its British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands offices further strengthening its deep bench of expertise in the region.

In the Cayman Islands office, Partner promotions included Adam Huckle (Financial Services Regulation, Dispute Resolution & Insolvency), Christina Gordon (Funds & Investment Management), Nick Herrod (Dispute Resolution & Insolvency, Finance), Sophia Scott (Corporate) and Stef Dimitriou (Funds & Investment Management). In the British Virgin Islands office, Stuart Rau (Dispute Resolution & Insolvency) was promoted to Of Counsel.

The appointments are effective immediately and form part of the law firm's annual global promotions. This year, 17 new Partners and Of Counsel were appointed across seven of the firm's international offices. Across the firm's practices globally, Funds & Investment Management saw the largest intake of new Partners and Of Counsel, followed closely by Dispute Resolution & Insolvency, Corporate, Finance and Financial Services Regulation. In total, there were two promotions in Asianine promotions in Europe and six in the Caribbean region.

Jonathan Green, Global Managing Partner, commented, "I would like to congratulate our new Cayman Islands Partners and BVI Of Counsel on their well-earned promotions. They have each demonstrated a strong commitment to their local practices as well as collaborating closely with global colleagues to provide market-leading expertise and unrivalled service to our international clients."

He added, "These promotions form part of our global annual promotions and this year, we were very pleased to announce 17 new Partners and Of Counsel across seven of our locations worldwide."

The Maples Group has been operating in the Caribbean for over 50 years and has garnered a strong reputation as a leader in the legal and professional services industry providing top-tier expertise and advice with deep sectoral and industry knowledge. Its Caribbean offices include Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands, with over 800 of its almost 2500+ global team members based in the region.