Nick Bullmore > Carey Olsen > Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands > Lawyer Profile

Carey Olsen
Cayman Islands

Work Department

Banking and Finance; Corporate; Investment Funds; Listing Services; Family Office; Relocation Services; Taxation and Economic Substance Requirements; Restructuring and Insolvency; Private Client


Nick Bullmore advises on all aspects of Cayman Islands corporate law with a particular emphasis on investment funds (including fund financings), structured finance (including CLOs), joint ventures and general corporate and commercial matters. He also advises family offices and UHNWIs on the structuring, governance and regulation of family offices and private investment structures, as well as providing advice on the practical and legal aspects of physically relocating UHNWIs and their families to the Cayman Islands.
Nick is Managing Partner of Carey Olsen’s Cayman Islands office.


Nick was formerly with Maples and Calder in the Cayman Islands and Slaughter and May in London and is also admitted as a notary public in the Cayman Islands.

Nick was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 2005 and as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands in 2005.


Nick graduated from Worcester College, Oxford with first class honours in Modern History.

Lawyer Rankings

Cayman Islands > Banking, finance and capital markets

(Leading individuals)

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As part of the firm’s broad corporate and commercial department, the banking and finance team at Carey Olsen is highly adept at handling acquisition finance, aviation finance, corporate lending and fund finance matters. Within the team, Richard Munden is noted for his ‘depth of expertise‘ in aviation finance and other asset finance matters, namely asset-backed securitisations. Alistair Russell is highly regarded for his fund financing specialism. Further names to note include structured finance expert Nick Bullmore, investment fund specialist Jarrod Farley and counsel Dylan Wiltermuth, who is particularly active in the capital markets arena.

Cayman Islands > Regulatory and compliance

The ‘extremely knowledgeable and customer-oriented’ group at Carey Olsen advises on a wide range of regulatory and compliance issues in the Cayman Islands. The team’s regulatory and compliance expertise primarily lies in advising financial services clients including banks, corporations, investment managers, family offices, fund administrators and trust companies. The department has experience assisting clients with anti-money laundering and sanctions issues, data protection law, M&A due diligence, Economic Substance work, beneficial ownership mandates and licence applications. Jarrod Farley is ‘extremely responsive and efficient’ and is the key lawyer operating in the regulatory space. Managing partner Nick Bullmore also contributes his funds expertise.

Cayman Islands > Investment funds

Focused on ‘building a long-term relationship with clients and putting the clients’ needs first always’, Carey Olsen’s investment fund group comprises managing partners Nick Bullmore and Jarrod Farley, both of whom have growing practices in this area. Experienced with fund establishment and fund financing matters, Bullmore displays an ‘in-depth knowledge of the law’, while Farley also has experience of advising investment funds and other vehicles on transactional and compliance matters.

Cayman Islands > Corporate and commercial

Carey Olsen has ‘assembled a team of experienced practitioners who seek direct engagement with their clients’, which includes many London Stock Exchange-listed corporations. Jointly led by managing partners Jarrod Farley and the ‘tremendously knowledgeable and approachableNick Bullmore, the corporate department focuses on public and private M&A transactions, corporate restructurings, private equity transactions and specialist shareholder advice. Finance specialists Alistair Russell and Richard Munden are other names to note.