Bryan A. Glinton



The Order of the Barristers. Co-Author: Developing Timeshare in The Bahamas, Developments (The Annual Outlook Issue), January 2003. Licenses: Financial and Corporate Services Provider; Notary Public. Member: Drake Law School Board of Counselors; Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners; Capital Markets Group of the Bahamas Financial Services Board. Chairman: Caribbean Subcommittee of the American Resort and Development Association.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Resort Development and Vacation Ownership
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate Finance
  • Investment Funds
  • Trusts and Private Client

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+1 242 328 3500  Phone
+1 242 328 8008  Fax
University Attended:
Miami-Dade Community College, A.A., 1986; University of Miami, B.A., 1989; Drake University, M.B.A., 1993
Law School Attended:
Drake University, J.D., 1993; Norman Manley Law School, Legal Education Certificate, 1997
Year of First admission:
1993, Florida; 1994, Iowa; 1995, The Bahamas
Iowa State Bar Association; The Florida Bar; The Bahamas Bar Association; American Bar Association.
Birth Information:
Miami, Florida, USA, June 22, 1967

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