Anastasia M. Campbell, an Associate, joined the Firm in 2007. Anastasia has experience in a broad range of matters including Banking & Finance, Corporate, Commercial & Securities, Immigration & Naturalization, and Private Clients & Estates.
Anastasia recently attended the World Services Group Meeting of the Americas in Miami, Florida, as a representative of Graham Thompson.
Anastacia Campbell is the recipient of a prestigious scholarship offered by the International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) for the Associates in Captive Insurance (ACI) designation. The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) partnered with the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas on the scholarships for the ICCIE Course. The ACI designation is recognized and respected globally.
Representative work includes:
Representing a major international debt fund as local counsel in a debt-for-equity swap of approximately US$ 170 million, concerning a major Bahamian resort property and related joint venture interests, which included obtaining requisite multi-departmental Bahamian Government approvals for the acquisition, the assumption of casino management licenses, and numerous relevant operating licenses;
Representing clients in negotiations with the Bahamas Government to establish a new port in the southern Bahamas;
Part of work-team for estate planning/succession-oriented re-structuring of assets for high-net worth families; and
Advising international lending institutions on structured financing, secured lending and other transnational financial matters.