Alexandra Macdonald > Conyers > Hamilton, Bermuda > Lawyer Profile

Conyers
PO BOX HM666
CLARENDON HOUSE, 2 CHURCH STREET
HAMILTON HM CX
Bermuda

Work Department

Corporate

Position

Director

Career

Alexandra Macdonald is a Director in the Corporate Department of Conyers Dill & Pearman Limited in Bermuda. Alexandra’s practice includes all aspects of corporate and commercial law in Bermuda, with a focus on insurance and investment fund law and regulation.

Alexandra specialises in incorporating and licensing insurers and reinsurers, including captives, special purpose insurers, sidecars and segregated account companies and in the creation and offering of cat bonds. She has advised on the formation, licensing and listing on the Bermuda Stock Exchange of numerous cat bond special purpose insurance vehicles. Alexandra also has expertise in establishing investment funds, including hedge funds, private equity vehicles, closed ended funds, and master and feeder structures.

She has an active general corporate practice, including advising on the Bermuda law and regulatory aspects of acquisitions, continuations, amalgamations and reorganisations for both local and exempted companies.

Languages

French, Spanish

Education

College of Law, London, Legal Practice Course, 2010
University College London. LLB, 2009
Georgetown University, B.A. (Cum Laude), 2006

Lawyer Rankings

Bermuda > Insurance/reinsurance

(Next Generation Partners)

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Conyers‘ insurance and reinsurance practice, which is spearheaded by Charles Collis , is singled out for its ‘strong knowledge of the Bermuda insurance/reinsurance regulatory environment’. The department also handles the Bermuda law aspects of the formation and licensing of new general business insurers, life insurers and reinsurers and assists a variety of established insurers and reinsurers with capital raising, M&A and listing requirements. Elsewhere within the department, Sophia Greaves  takes the lead on many life insurance matters, Jacqueline King concentrates on the licensing and regulation of commercial insurance companies and large commercial transactions, Alexandra Macdonald (who is a ‘sharp lawyer with deep knowledge of the Bermuda regulatory regime’) primarily advises on the formation and regulation of captive insurers and special purpose insurers, while the ‘particularly knowledgeableChiara Nannini  is instructed on a wide variety of regulatory and transactional matters in the insurance space. Chris Garrod  is also active in the insurance arena.