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Sabrina Foster

Maples Fiduciary Cayman Islands
work PO Box 1093, Boundary Hall Cricket Square George Town Grand Cayman KY1-1102 Cayman Islands
Senior Vice President
Cayman Islands
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Sabrina provides fiduciary services to a diversified range of investment funds including hedge funds, private equity funds, multi-manager funds, segregated portfolio companies and unit trusts.

Professional Background

Sabrina joined Maples Fiduciary in 2015 and carries over 16 years’ legal experience. Sabrina was formerly a Cayman Islands partner at the law firm Appleby, where her key areas of practice included hedge fund and private equity structuring and formation and commercial and private trust structuring, as well as advising with respect to on-going corporate governance, financing and regulatory matters relevant to both regulated and non-regulated investment funds operating in multiple jurisdictions. Sabrina has been recognised by Legal 500 for her corporate and commercial work and by PLC Which Lawyer? as a lawyer of choice for private clients. Prior to joining Maples Fiduciary, Sabrina worked at Intertrust Cayman Islands as an independent director in the fiduciary services team. She has previously held the position of partner with the boutique firm, Paget-Brown and began her legal career as an associate with Turner & Roulstone and Walkers in the Cayman Islands.


University of Liverpool, UK, Bachelor of Laws (Honours), 1995.

Professional / Civic Activities

Cayman Islands Attorney-at-Law
Institute of Chartered Secretaries of Canada Accredited Director
Cayman Islands Notary Public
Member of the Caymanian Bar Association
Member of the International Bar Association
Member of the American Bar Association
Executive Council Member and Secretary of the Cayman Islands Directors Association
Director and Secretary of the Cayman Islands Cancer Society

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