Two Mourant lawyers in the Cayman Islands named as Female Leaders by IFLR1000
Leading offshore law firm Mourant has had two Cayman Island lawyers recognised by IFLR1000 for having outstanding transactional reputations and consistently leading on complex, novel or innovative deals.
Catherine Pham and Alexandra Woodcock are both included on the 2022 list of Women Leaders.
IFLR1000 Women Leaders is an elite ranking category reserved for the most prominent women lawyers across the world, run by the International Financial Law Review (IFLR). This is an exclusive group of lawyers with outstanding reputations within their markets who either have expertise and experience of working on complex deals and/or have risen to hold leadership roles with their firms or their practices.
Mourant Global Managing Partner, Jonathan Rigby, said: “The professional growth of our people, in an inclusive culture, where everyone is empowered to reach their full potential, is a cornerstone of our new strategy, Mourant 2025. These accolades are a great achievement that recognise our long-standing commitment to diversity and the individual achievements of some of our truly excellent exceptionally talented women lawyers.”
Catherine is a Partner in the Cayman Islands Corporate and Finance practice, specialising in investment funds including the structuring, formation, regulation and governance of investment fund structures, their downstream transactions and exit mechanisms.
Alexandra is a Partner in our Cayman Islands Corporate and Finance practice and specialises in banking and finance work.
Three other Mourant lawyers were also listed; Frances Watson (Guernsey), Helen Wyatt (Guernsey) and Felicia de Laat (Jersey).
IFLR1000’s research team analyses thousands of research submissions, conducts thousands of interviews with law firm partners, and surveys tens of thousands of clients to determine IFLR1000’s Women Leaders.
Issued by: Mourant