MaplesFS expands services after licence boost
MaplesFS has added a team member and extended its services after receiving a corporate service provider licence from the Bermuda Monetary Authority.
Danielle Baikie, who has previously worked for Estera, has joined the company’s Bermuda team and will have operational responsibility for the island-based business line, under the management of Christopher Tribley, senior vice-president.
MaplesFS is an independent global provider of specialised fiduciary, fund administration, entity formation and management, insurance management and trust and private client services. Having received its new licence from the BMA, it is expanding its service offerings to include the incorporation of companies, formation of limited partnerships, registered office services, corporate administration services and the provision of directors.
Ms Baikie has experience in providing corporate secretarial services to corporate and limited partnership structures domiciled in Bermuda and other jurisdictions. She specialises in the preparation of minutes from board and shareholder meetings and communication with boards of directors on all aspects of company secretarial and corporate governance matters.
The company stated she has a strong understanding of UK, Jersey and Bermuda companies law and a “proven track record of delivering outstanding client service”.
Previously, Ms Baikie was a corporate administrator within the insurance division at Estera and prior to that, she spent seven years at JTC Group.
Mr Tribley said: “MaplesFS continues to build its business in Bermuda and we are confident that our ability to offer corporate services makes us well positioned to meet demand from new and existing clients. Furthermore, we are thrilled to welcome Danielle to our team. She brings a unique skill set, depth of experience and commitment to delivering the highest levels of service and support to our clients.”
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