Christina Maycock is an Associate in the Barbados office of Lex Caribbean and was admitted to the Barbados Bar in October 2015.

She obtained her primary and secondary school education on the Island and in 2013, attained a degree in Law from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus (“UWI”). In 2015, she gained her Legal Education Certificate from the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad. Her background is diverse as she also holds a bachelor’s degree in Banking and Finance from UWI which exposed her to many areas of financial management at the domestic and international level. Most notably, Christina has worked at a leading regional financial institution as an analyst with portfolios giving her responsibilities across the Caribbean region.

Christina is a member of the international business and entrepreneurial business units of the firm where she continues to develop core competencies as a result of her involvement in high value and complex matters. She participates heavily in the activities of the Barbados International Business Association (“BIBA”) and is a member of two committees within that association, namely, the Legal Profession Committee and the Banking & Wealth Management Committee. Her participation in BIBA has introduced her to the work of the organization and its contribution to the international business sector in Barbados.

Her most recent contribution to the Barbados business sector includes assisting Lex Caribbean Managing Partner, Melanie Jones, in her work on Barbados’ National Task Force, working under the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (“BEPS”).

The National Task Force is part of a worldwide collaborative effort to implement the BEPS measures and tackle BEPS.