Mr Campbell Cleare, III > McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes > Nassau, Bahamas > Lawyer Profile

McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes
PO BOX N-3937

Work Department

Admiralty, Shipping & Aviation; Corporate & Commercial; Foreign & Local Investment; Immigration; Labour & Employment; Real Estate


Consultant, Chair of Foreign & Local Investment  and Immigration Practice Groups, Vice Chair of Admiralty, Shipping & Aviation Practice Group


Campbell is a leading transactional attorney in The Bahamas and is routinely involved in matters involving real estate, banking and finance, corporate and commercial law, and employment law.  Campbell’s career spans 35 years.

His expertise includes advising on all aspects of the financing of large and medium scale projects, hotel acquisitions and development, foreign investment and energy generation.




Norman Manley Law School – CLE 1979

University of the West Indies –  LLB. 1977

University of the West Indies –  BSC 1972


Campbell is an avid golfer and spends much of his ‘free’ time on the golf course. He is a family man and loves being surrounded by his grandchildren.

Lawyer Rankings

Bahamas > Corporate law (including banking, finance and M&A)

McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes‘ corporate and commercial transactions practice advises on a broad range of mandates including international financing projects, M&A, loan agreements and share purchase agreements. The group is also particularly highlighted for its offshore trust and private client work and excels in cross-border transactions, where it benefits from its Lex Mundi membership. Kimberley Rolle leads the practice and Alexander Christie acts as vice chair to the group; Rolle focuses on commercial, corporate and project finance work, while Christie has additional tax expertise. Other key names include Sean Moree KC, who leads the firm’s trust and private client group; senior partner John Wilson KC; Campbell Cleare, III who heads up the foreign and local investment practice; April Turner, who has experience in financial services matters; financial services and regulatory expert Kevin Moree; competition specialist Michelle Deveaux; and newly promoted partner Gia Sands.