ABOUT CONNOLLY INC

Connolly Inc is an owner of Connolly Inc Ltd. Winston Connolly, is a Cayman Islands attorney with over 16 years of experience in corporate law. Winston is a professional independent, non-executive director, licensed by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority who brings a wealth of experience to alternative investment (including hedge fund and private equity) boards. He brings reliability and integrity as well as professionalism to each board and works within the structure to provide sound advice based on his legal experience in particular.

+1 (345) 745 2667

+1 (345) 926 0999

CONSULTING

Connolly Inc. Ltd. offers legal consulting and has extensive experience in Cayman Islands Corporate Law. Winston Connolly acts as the sole consultant and will guide you through your decisions and assist with hiring law firms in the Cayman Islands to suit your needs. He will also assist affiliated companies with in-house legal matters from time to time.

NOTARIAL SERVICES

Winston is both a fully qualified Attorney at Law and a Notary Public. He offers a full range of notarial services to both corporate and individual clients and offers these services through the trading name Cayman Notary Services. Winston sees clients at his office, their place of business, or home, by arrangement

FIDUCIARY

Connolly Inc is an owner of Connolly Inc Ltd. Winston Connolly, is a Cayman Islands attorney with over 16 years of experience in corporate law. Winston is a professional independent, non-executive director, licensed by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority who brings a wealth of experience to alternative investment (including hedge fund and private equity) boards.

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+1 (345) 745 2667

+1 (345) 926 0999

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