Jonathan Fitzgibbons


Jonathan has been advising on Cayman Islands law for 15 years, with a focus on corporate/ commercial matters and investments funds. He also advises on regulatory compliance, insurance, banking and finance and data protection.

Prior to becoming a Cayman Islands practitioner, Jonathan worked in private practice in London for 5 years, focusing on transactional work and corporate law.

Jonathan advises a wide range of clients, including fortune 100 and NASDAQ 100 companies, and he works with hedge fund and private equity fund managers on the structuring, formation, operation and wind down of all types of Cayman Islands investment funds.

  • Attorney - Cayman Islands
  • Barrister* & Solicitor*- Supreme Court of New Zealand
  • Solicitor*- Supreme Court of England & Wales



  • Outstanding- he applies his legal expertise in a practical way to find the right solutions for businesses.
    Legal 500
New SIBL Law sets 15 January 2020 deadline for Cayman ‘Excluded Persons’ to become 'Registered Persons' with CIMA

The new Cayman Islands ('Cayman') Securities Investment Business (Amendment) Law, 2019 (‘Law’) ('SIBL') has passed, amending the ('SIBL') Securities Investment Business Law (2019 Revision).

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Cayman Islands Monetary Authority extends deadline for SIBL Excluded Persons to 15 August 2019

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority ('CIMA') has issued Notices under Regulation 53A of the Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Regulations, 2019 ('Regulations') that all persons currently registered as 'Excluded Persons' under the Cayman Islands ('Cayman'...

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EU reaffirms Cayman's cooperation and adds ten countries to its blacklist
Regulatory & Compliance 14 Mar 2019 Cayman Islands

On 12 March 2019, the European Commission (‘EC’) published its latest list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions, adding ten jurisdictions to the five already on its list.

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New Cayman Islands Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Regulations 2019
Briefings | 25 Jul 2019

New Cayman Islands (‘Cayman’) Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Regulations 2019 (‘Regulations’) were introduced in June 2019, and amend the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations (2018 Revision) (‘2018 Regulations’). The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority ('CIM...

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