Sherice Arman has over 17 years of experience in the area of Corporate and Commercial law. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English (with Honours) and a Bachelor of Laws degree (with Honours) from the University of the West Indies and a Master of Laws degree specializing in Banking and Finance Law (with Merit) from the University College London (UCL).
Her practice areas include banking and asset finance, corporate finance, financial services regulation and capital markets. She has significant experience in mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring and is recognised as an expert in financial services regulation - advising on licensing and regulatory issues relating to regulated financial institutions in the Cayman Islands including banks, insurance companies, fund administrators and trust companies.
Ms. Arman has emerged as a leader in the asset finance field and is often called upon by the Cayman Islands Shipping Registry and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands for collaboration and guidance.
She has been recognised in most of the major legal directories including Chambers and Partners, PLC Which Lawyer, IFLR1000 and Legal 500 who recognised her as a key advisor and a ‘Leader in her Field’ and more recently were quoted as saying that she is 'particularly terrific; she has particular expertise in yacht finance that is almost unique in the Western Hemisphere'.
Ms. Arman has been ranked by Chambers and Partners for a number of years, where she has been praised for her excellent client service and in-depth knowledge of banking and finance, especially asset finance. Most recently they commented that she continues to impress peers and clients with her strong banking and finance knowledge.