Maples and Calder Sends Young Caymanian Lawyer to Hong Kong

In continuing its commitment to offering newly qualified and junior Caymanian lawyers the opportunity to expand their horizons, Maples and Calder has granted Associate Christina Gordon the opportunity to gain experience in a foreign office by way of a secondment.

Christina Gordon, who is a part of the firm’s Investment Funds group, will be heading to Maples and Calder’s Hong Kong office for one year beginning in April 2014. Christina joined the firm in 2009 and was admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in the Cayman Islands in 2011. She advises on the formation and restructuring of all types of investment funds including registered mutual funds, hedge funds and private equity funds. Christina also advises on a broad range of financial transactions, as well as general corporate and commercial matters.

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