Clinton is head of Carey Olsen’s British Virgin Islands Corporate Practice. He has almost 25 years of legal experience in the BVI.
Clinton advises on a wide range of BVI corporate and finance matters, including fund formation and financing, general corporate and finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and shareholder arrangements as well as group reorganisations, restructurings and solvent liquidations. Clinton also advises on all aspects of BVI financial services regulation and compliance.
Before Carey Olsen, Clinton was with Maples and Calder in the BVI and Allen & Overy in London. He is a member of the BVI Bar Association and the English Law Society.
Clinton graduated with a BA (History) from the University of Natal, before completing an LLB at Rhodes University in South Africa and an LLM (Corporate Law) at Kings College, University of London.
Clinton was admitted as an attorney in South Africa in 1996, as a solicitor in England and Wales in 1997 and as a solicitor of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (British Virgin Islands) in 1999.