Reno T. Bethell

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  • King's Court, Bay Street, P.O. Box N1741, Nassau, Bahamas
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Areas of Practice (13)

  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Capital Markets
  • Corporate Law
  • Asset Finance and Securitization
  • Project Finance
  • Aircraft Finance
  • Insolvency
  • Corporate Restructuring and Liquidations
  • Regulatory Law
  • Financial Services Law
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Residential and Commercial Property Acquisition
  • Resort Development

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+242-322-4434  Phone
+242-322-5571  Fax
University Attended:
Centre for Professional Legal Studies, University of Wales, Bar Vocational Course; Holborn College, London, England, New York Bar Course
Law School Attended:
University of Wales, Cardiff, LL.B., with honours; Queen Mary, University of London, LL.M., Banking and Finance, Hons.
Year of First admission:
1998, England, Wales and Bahamas; 2001, New York
The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn; The Bahamas Bar Association; New York State and American Bar Associations; Society of Trust and Estate Practioners (STEP).
Birth Information:
Nassau, Bahamas, March 2, 1974

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