Appolina Winton is an Appleby legal scholarship recipient and joined the firm in 2016 under its Articled Clerk programme, following completion of her legal studies at Keele University and the Legal Practice Course at BBP University. In 2018, Appolina qualified with Appleby as Attorney-at-Law in the Cayman Islands. She is experienced in finance transactions, with a particular focus on fund finance and corporate finance. Her practice areas also include structured finance, bond offerings, M&A, general corporate matters, insurance & reinsurance and regulatory advice. Appolina is a member of the Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association and a Cayman Islands notary public.

Ann-Alecia Duval was also an Appleby legal scholarship recipient, completing an LLB at Queen Mary, University of London and the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School. She joined Appleby as a trainee in 2018 and was admitted as Attorney-at-Law in April, 2020. Ann-Alecia is a skilled finance and corporate attorney, with experience across a wide range of practice areas including structured finance (predominantly involving CLOs), subscription finance, corporate finance, M&A and general corporate matters. She is a member of the 100 Women in Finance Early Career Committee in the Cayman Islands.

Cayman Office Managing Partner, Norman Klein said “Apple and Ann-Alecia have consistently demonstrated outstanding legal acumen and dedication through their time as scholars, trainees and now as valued members of our legal team.  We are delighted to be able to recognise their commitment and are confident in their continued success at Appleby and as women leaders in Cayman.

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