Maxine joined Fiduchi in 2011 and has over ten years’ experience of working in the Financial Services Industry. Her knowledge encompasses private equity, hedge funds, trust and corporate structures, both with local and international clients. Maxine is experienced in delivering offshore trust and company administration services to a range of publicly quoted and private companies. Maxine is Head of Employee Services for Fiduchi Limited and Director of Fiduchi Trustees (UK) Limited.
Maxine has a detailed understanding of employee share plans, deferred compensation, retirement savings plans, international pension plans, employee benefit trusts, employee ownership trusts and employment companies for international employees.
Maxine holds an MBA with Merit, MSc in Computer Science and BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry. She has completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course (LPC). She is also a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
In her spare time, Maxine mentors youths from across the Caribbean and enjoys travelling and reading.
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