He always seems to be 100% in control, no matter what our questions are, and gives us a great sense of being taken care of.
Collas Crill's 'very good team is highly responsive and knowledgeable
Cayman managing partner Alan de Saram is 'reactive and flexible'
Alan heads up the corporate & commercial and investment funds departments of Collas Crill in the Cayman Islands. He advises a wide range of clients on all aspects of company and commercial law, with an emphasis on securities, investment funds, private equity structures and transactions generally. His practice also includes all areas of listings, fund raising, regulatory advice, finance, security and capital markets.
Alan previously worked with Fladgate Fielder LLP and Dechert LLP in London, and joined Collas Crill in 2004. He was made partner in 2007.
Alan has been a contributing author to the following publications (among others): The Mergers and Acquisitions Review, Director's Liability: A Worldwide Review and Real Estate Finance: Law, Regulation & Practice.
He is a professional member of Cayman Islands Law Society, the Law Society of England and Wales and International Bar Association.
Cayman Islands, 2004
England and Wales, 1998 (not practising)
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