Kerri-Anne J Mayne

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Kerri-Anne J Mayne advises clients on a wide range of regulatory, employment, corporate and commercial, banking, dispute resolution and tax matters.

She supports the firm’s clients in the financial services and general commercial sectors, advising on legal and regulatory compliance including with respect to data privacy, anti-money laundering, tax information exchange and economic substance requirements. Kerri-Anne’s practice focuses in particular on regulatory issues affecting virtual assets and service providers in the fintech space, and mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and reorganisations in the corporate and commercial practice environment.

Kerri-Anne plays an integral role in our growing dispute resolution practice which supports the firm’s clients in a variety of contentious employment, general commercial, public law and regulatory matters.

Bar Admissions
  • British Virgin Islands 2021
  • Jamaica 2017
Education
  • Norman Manley Law School (Legal Education Certificate) 2017
  • The University of the West Indies (LLB) 2015
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