Board Member Bios
Edward is the CEO and co-founder of Leman Management Limited, and worked closely with high-net-worth and ultra-high-net worth private clients who expect and demand the highest standard of service.
He brings over twenty-five years of focused experience to the table with extensive experience acting as a director of investment funds and private trust companies. Edward implements, executes and controls private investments across multiple jurisdictions giving his clients the time to focus on new opportunities.
Prior to moving to Bermuda, Edward was a partner and CFO of Brunswick Group, focused on financial services, based in Geneva. After qualifying with Touche Ross, London (now Deloitte), he was a director in the Trading Services Group at Lehman Brothers Europe.
His professional qualifications include:
- Fellow Chartered Accountant (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales)
- Chartered Professional Accountant (Chartered Professional Accountants of Bermuda)
- Trust and Estate Practitioner (The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners).
- Member - Institute of Directors
Renée was called to the Bermuda Bar in 1999 and to the New York Bar in 2001. Renée has spent her entire career advising on private client law, with an emphasis on cross-boarder and philanthropic planning. She has been at her current role as in-house counsel since September 2009.
Michael Fahy, JP
Michael is a barrister and attorney and was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in England and Wales (’01) and was also called to the Bar in Bermuda (’01). He is currently Counsel and Head of Legal & Compliance for Marsh & McLennan Companies in Bermuda, Cayman Islands and Barbados. Prior to joining MMC in 2007, Michael worked at a major law firm in Bermuda and before that in the City of London where he specialised in (re)insurance and shipping litigation. Michael served as a Bermuda Government Minister and Senate Leader for four and a half years and served as a Shadow Minster in the Senate. He is also a qualified mediator, notary public and Justice of the Peace.
Amanda is a Financial Crime Compliance Business Manager at HSBC Bank Bermuda Limited. Prior to moving into the Compliance field, Amanda spent over 20 years in the Financial sector working in various markets including Banking, Insurance and Funds. She is also the Assistant Treasurer for a local registered charity. Amanda is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Bermuda.
Alain Fournier, CPA, CA, CFA, FRM, ARe is currently a director and Head of Fund Administration for Kane LPI Solutions. Prior to joining Kane in 2017, Alain was Managing Director and Chief Operations Officer for HH Management a Bermuda based investment advisor/manager. Alain has over 15 years of experience in the financial industry in accounting, investments, finance, compliance and risk management.
Antoine is a barrister and attorney and was admitted to the Bar of England and Wales in 2009 (currently non-practicing) and to the Bermuda Bar in 2012. Antoine spent two years in criminal practice in London before returning to Bermuda, after which he joined the Registry General Department as Legal & Compliance Officer. At the Registry, Antoine was instrumental in the implementation of the Charities Act 2014 and the associated AML-ATF rules and regulations in preparation for Bermuda’s Mutual Evaluation by the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force. Antoine has been trained as a Mutual Evaluation Assessor by the International Monetary Fund and is currently an Assistant Tax Commissioner. He represents the Tax Commissioner at meetings of the National Anti-Money Laundering Committee and associated projects, and is also a Member of the International Compliance Association.
Miriam was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2006, and to the Bermuda Bar in 2007. Since 2007, she has been employed in the Drafting Section of the Attorney General’s Chambers, and has been a Parliamentary Counsel in that Section since 2013. In 2018, Miriam worked with the AML/ATF Board to draft Bills which amended the Bermuda Bar Act 1974 and the Chartered Professional Accountants of Bermuda Act 1973 in preparation for Bermuda’s National Risk Assessment.