Ms Alexandra Clynes > Campbells > Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands > Lawyer Profile

Cayman Islands

Work Department

Corporate Department


Senior Associate


Alexandra is a senior associate in our Corporate Department. She advises on Cayman Islands corporate transactions including series equity finance, structured finance, debt and equity capital markets, restructuring and corporate governance, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, stock market listings and shareholder agreements. She also advises clients on a range of finance matters, including secured lending, subscription finance, acting for cross-border banks in large debt financing deals, in addition to regulatory matters, including trade and business licensing, bank and trust company licensing and the regulatory and compliance implications of various types of transactions and licenses.

Of particular interest to Alexandra are the corporate transactions and financings related to Latin American privately owned businesses and start-ups, and she has assisted in the series financings, listings and general corporate matters for several Brazilian unicorn entities across several industry sectors.

Highly responsive, pragmatic and energetic, Alexandra has ten years of experience in providing complete and efficient solutions to her clients.

Lawyer Rankings

Cayman Islands > Banking, finance and capital markets

Headed by fund finance expert Alan Craig, Campbells‘ practice is regularly sought out by financial institutions, lenders and corporate borrowers for advice on a wide range of banking, finance, and capital markets transactions, including debt and equity listings, asset financings, fintech structures and SPACs. With knowledge of asset and structured finance work, Edward Rhind is the go-to choice for banks, lessors, funds and private equity companies, and joined from Maples Group in mid-2023; he also handles structures involving commercial shipping and aviation assets. Alexandra Clynes focuses on structured financings, debt and equity capital markets issues, restructurings and corporate governance work, while Kate Hewitson‘s capabilities are most notably concentrated on advising clients on cross-border and multi-jurisdictional transactions.