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Mourant Ozannes hires finance partner in the Cayman Islands

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Offshore law firm Mourant Ozannes has appointed finance partner James Burch in its Cayman Islands practice.

Burch brings with him a wealth of experience advising on some of the most complex corporate and finance transactions across the globe. He specialises in corporate finance, capital markets and asset finance work and has been involved in a number of recent, significant transactions including high yield bonds, aircraft leasing/financings and structured preference share deals.
 
Burch relocated to the Hong Kong office of one of the largest offshore law firms in 2011 in order to spearhead the opening of their Singapore office where he has been based as partner for the past two and a half years.  Prior to his relocation, he had been in the firm's Cayman Islands office as part of its finance practice having joined in 2007. He has also held positions at Linklaters and Johnson Stokes & Master (now Mayer Brown JSM), working in London, Hong Kong and Sydney.
 
Mourant Ozannes' Hong Kong managing partner Paul Christopher says: "James' knowledge and experience of the offshore market in Asia will strengthen our established position in this market. We're looking forward to the practice benefiting from James' expertise."
 
Burch adds: "I am looking forward to joining Mourant Ozannes and being part of the team responsible for driving the firm's corporate strategy forward. The firm has both an enviable client list and an excellent reputation and I'm excited to be able to contribute to the growth and development of the practice." 

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