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Travers Thorp Alberga

Litigation – Mediation – Dispute Resolution – Legal Drafting and Advice

Travers Thorp Alberga is a boutique Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands law firm comprised only of the most experienced lawyers from both jurisdictions and modelled for the post financial crisis environment. They specialise in highly technical structuring involving complex securities and regulatory issues. Their partners provide incisive and highly effective advice to a higher standard on all types of offshore entities including:

  • Hedge funds
  • Private equity
  • Corporate and partnership vehicles
  • Asset and structured finances
  • Cryptocurrencies and ICO’s
  • Capital markets
  • General corporate and commercial matters
  • Private client

Travers Thorp Alberga advise from their offices in Grand Cayman, the British Virgin Islands, Hong Kong and Australia. The firm also has a highly experienced four-partner litigation team specialising in all forms of complex cross border dispute resolution and insolvency.

In March 2020, the firm expanded by establishing a matrimonial department to provide full service advice in relation to family law including divorce, financial provision, child custody and cross border asset tracing. They advise exclusively in relation to matters of Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands law and not in relation to the laws of any other jurisdiction. Their structures, however, are designed to conform with legislation, taxation and regulation of all other relevant and applicable jurisdictions.

+1 345 949 0699

2nd Floor, Harbour Place, 103 South Church Street, George Town

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