Nick Bullmore advises on all aspects of Cayman Islands corporate law with a particular emphasis on investment funds (including fund financings), structured finance (including CLOs), joint ventures and general corporate and commercial matters. He also advises family offices and UHNWIs on the structuring, governance and regulation of family offices and private investment structures, as well as providing advice on the practical and legal aspects of physically relocating UHNWIs and their families to the Cayman Islands.
Nick is ranked as a leading Cayman Islands lawyer by each of Chambers Global, IFLR1000 and Legal 500, which describe him as being "an excellent lawyer with a great reputation" with an "amazing legal mind" and "possibly the most responsive lawyer in Cayman".
Nick is Managing Partner of Carey Olsen’s Cayman Islands office.
Nick was formerly with Maples and Calder in the Cayman Islands and Slaughter and May in London and is also admitted as a notary public in the Cayman Islands. Nick graduated from Worcester College, Oxford with first class honours in Modern History.
Nick was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 2005 and as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands in 2005.