About Alexanders

ABOUT ALEXANDERS & ALEXANDER MANAGEMENT LTD.

Alexanders and its related corporate management company, Alexander Management Ltd., were formed at the beginning of 2005 as a boutique practice of Bermuda corporate and commercial law.

The firm is primarily involved in corporate administration with expertise in the
following areas.

  • General Corporate Advisory
  • Incorporations and Continuations
  • Liquidations
  • Admiralty and Maritime Law
  • Ship and Yacht Registration
  • Capital restructuring
  • Commercial contracts and transactions
  • Intellectual Property Registration and Law
  • Insurance Company formation and Law
  • Mutual Fund and Unit Trust Formation & Advisory
  • Corporate Administration for Funds
  • Trusts, Wills and Estates
  • Estate Planning

Alexanders specializes in the creation of offshore structures, utilizing companies, trusts and other vehicles for commercial purposes, as well as for private and charitable wealth management.   The Firm also has expertise in the formation and administration of subsidiaries for high-tech companies and advises clients regarding all aspects of their Bermuda operations.

James A. F. Watlington, – TEP, Notary Public

left.h6The principal of both the firm and company is James Watlington, Barrister & Attorney.  Prior to forming the Firm, he was Legal Advisor and Head of the Legal Services Department of the Bermuda Office of Deloitte & Touche, which, through its various offices, provided specialist accounting, audit and taxation advice, as well as actuarial, commercial and consultancy services to individuals and institutions worldwide.

Mr. Watlington was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1975 and Bermuda in 1976.   He has worked in the financial services sector in Bermuda and Asia, where he founded and headed the Hong Kong office of the Bank of N. T. Butterfield & Son Ltd. during the 1980s.
He has extensive experience in the formation and administration of offshore corporate and trust structures for clients on a worldwide basis.

Contact James Watlington

Andrew Whalley – “Of Counsel”