Commenting on her appointment, Sailaja said, “I am delighted to welcome the opportunity to lead the strategic growth and management of our globally recognised Cayman Islands Funds & Investment Management team while continuing to work alongside a wonderful team of lawyers, professionals and clients”.

Appleby’s investment funds team comprises over 50 lawyers working in each of the world’s leading offshore fund domiciles – Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey – together with the Isle of Man, Mauritius, Hong Kong and Shanghai where our lawyers are uniquely positioned to provide real-time, multijurisdictional legal advice. We advise on the structuring of all types of investment funds, investment management and co-investment arrangements, and separate account mandates. We also work across the spectrum of alternative asset classes, including hedge funds, private equity, real estate, venture capital and infrastructure, plus Shari’ah-compliant and hybrid strategies.

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