Fairway Condominium Development Ltd. is a real estate development company formed to rehabilitate and refurbish property known as the Fairway Condominiums, located on Zenway Boulevard in Frigate Bay. St. Kitts, West Indies.
Hogarth Clauzel is a Caribbean born, independent senior counsel and consultant whose work focuses on corporate commercial, IT and securities law in Canada and the Caribbean.
Hogarth’s unique set of skills, experience and knowledge, which draw on a variety of disciplines, combine to make him a sought-after international legal practitioner and business consultant.
By providing efficient and strategic consulting, risk analysis and practical business support, Hogarth has the proven track record to assist those businesses seeking comprehensive guidance in complex international projects and transactions
Mr. Idigbe is a third year PhD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University Toronto Canada with research interest in UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency and the role of non-state entities in global norms making. While pursuing his PhD, Mr. Idigbe writes and consults on foreign law and investment in Africa helping companies to navigate both legal, social and cultural challenges of doing business in Africa. His consulting firm is Punuka Consulting Inc based in Toronto, Ontario and affiliated with a family owned law firm, Punuka Attorneys & Solicitors based in Lagos Nigeria with over 40 lawyers.
Anthony graduated from the University of Ife, (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Ile- Ife in 1982 with a 2nd Class Upper Degree (Hons) where he received the Hon. Justice Orojo Prize for the Best Student in Company Law. He finished from the Nigerian Law School, Lagos in 1983 also with a 2:1. He has four Masters degrees (three in law and one MBA) from the University of Toronto, Canada (2015) GPLLM, the Robert Gordon University (RGU), Scotland, UK (2012) LLM (Construction and Arbitration Law), the University of Lagos, Akoka (1988) LLM and the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) Enugu (1997) MBA.
Mr. Idigbe is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK, Insolvency International (INSOL), the International Bar Association (IBA) and Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON). He is also a member of the International Insolvency Institute (III). He is a past President of the Business Recovery and Insolvency Practitioners Association of Nigeria (BRIPAN). He was the Founder and first Chairman, Capital Markets Solicitors Association (CMSA), and now functions as a Trustee of the Association. He is a member of the Institute of Directors (IOD).
Mr. Idigbe is licensed to practice as a lawyer in Ontario, Canada and Nigeria. In July 2000, Mr. Idigbe was elevated to Senior Advocate of Nigeria. He has advised clients on several complex transactions and has represented major companies and institutions in the highest courts of Nigeria. He is a well-known capital markets legal adviser and has advised and acted as counsel to the Securities & Exchange Commission. He has also been involved as lead counsel in many ‘big ticket’ litigation briefs such as the Kano Pfizer Trovan Clinical Trial Cases. He has extensive experience in insolvency and restructuring and advised several of the persons and institutions affected by the 2009 Central Bank intervention and restructuring in the banking sector. He has also served on various arbitration panels and is presently a member of ad-hoc, ICC and LCIA Arbitral Panels.
Anthony has extensive business experience and private and public sector contacts flowing from numerous appointments in the public and private sectors. He was a member of the Special Presidential Committee for Review of Petroleum Revenue set up in 2014. He was appointed the Chairman of Ikeja Hotels Plc in 2017 following SEC intervention by which he also chairs Capital Hotel Plc and Tourist Company of Nigeria Plc all listed on the NSE. He sits on the Board of Royal Exchange Plc an asset management company listed on the NSE with interest in insurance and financial services and chairs the Audit Committee of SEPLAT Petroleum and Exploration Company Plc a company listed on both the New York and London Stock Exchanges.
Anthony Ross has over 45 years of civil litigation experience covering construction law, insurance and aboriginal law, mediation and arbitration, and advising on negotiating and drafting impact benefit agreements, participation protocols and consultation plans, and facilitating the resolution of disputes with governments, mining, infrastructure and energy sectors.
Mr. Ross is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia and Ontario, a member of the Canadian Society of civil engineers, and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Having a previous career in engineering, Mr. Ross' legal practice has included a focus on engineering, environmental and construction issues. He has acted as a mediator in construction disputes, and has appeared as an expert engineer at trial. While practicing law in Nova Scotia, Mr. Ross taught engineering law and contracts at the Technical University of Nova Scotia (now DalTech).
Mr. Ross is called to the Nova Scotia, St. Kitts-Nevis, Ontario, British Virgin Islands and Antigua bars, and has appeared as counsel on many complex commercial litigation matters in the Caribbean.
Mr. Ross was an active participant of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Supreme Court and consulted with the Chief Justice on alternate dispute resolution, case management and reviews of the Civil Procedure Rules.
In 2006, Mr. Ross was appointed as a Management Judge of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court and served for three years before returning to full-time private practice in 2010.
In 2007, Mr. Ross was appointed by letters patent to be one of "Her Majesty's Counsel learned in the law". The Queen's Counsel title (post-nominal QC) is used to recognize lawyers of exceptional merit who have made a significant contribution to the legal profession.
Mr. Ross co-drafted the Rules of Court for the country of Guyana, and advised the Government of Belize on indigenous land rights issues.
Mr. Ross continues to represent clients on litigation matters in Canada as well as the Caribbean, while also offering services as an arbitrator.
Carl is a perennial award-winning Realtor in Canada who has been with ReMax Realty and the Toronto Real Estate Board since 1988.
Carl is Owner/Broker of a Real Estate company Walwyn Real Estate Services which specializes in sourcing, refurbishing and managing high-end residential and commercial real estate in St Kitts-Nevis.
Over the past 7 years Carl has developed a niche expertise in advising clients on the best ways to navigate the Caribbean Real Estate landscape with confidence.
As a wealth-management consultant and seminar leader, Carl has advised clients on how to leverage real estate equity gains realized from markets like Toronto, Vancouver, London and New York by entering the Caribbean real estate market and positioning their real estate holding portfolios to benefit from growth in that market.
Realizing that there is currently no St Kitts-Nevis Real Estate Board, Carl has started a network of like-minded Realtors to adopt certain protocols and best practices to ensure trust and transparency in a sometimes-confusing Caribbean market.
Carl brings over 40 years of international Sales, Marketing and Real Estate Investment experience to the group. Carl has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto, Canada.
Born on the Island of St. Kitts, Donna Walwyn is a lawyer by training, and an experienced multidisciplinary professional who focuses on governance, regulatory compliance, and risk assessment.
As a former partner in the Toronto office of Baker & McKenzie LLP, Donna advised pension plans, boards of trustees, pension and benefit committees and other organizations on legal issues related to registered pension and retirement savings plans, employee health and welfare plans, and other compensation related plans, including: plan and fund governance, regulatory compliance, plan design and administration, pension fund investment and the effective discharge of fiduciary obligations.
Donna is a Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of Women’s College Hospital, where she also heads the Governance and Nominating Committee; she is also Vice Chair of Black Opportunity Fund and Chair of its Grants Committee; and a member of the Board of Directors for 100Strong. Donna is a Fellow of the Leadership Council for Legal Diversity, the Past President of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers, and a Past Chair of the Board of Directors of the Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Club.
Among other awards and recognition, Donna is the recipient of a Lexpert Zenith Award for her Diversity & Inclusion Work as well as a Faculty of Law Award for Excellence in Advocacy.
Donna has a proven 20-year track record of technical excellence, taking projects to successful completion, conducting all interactions with integrity and the utmost civility, and a pragmatic and practical approach to wealth generation.
Frank is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and is repeatedly named as one of Canada’s top lawyers in the area of Corporate and Commercial Litigation. In March 2019, Frank was selected to receive a Law Society Medal, the highest honour bestowed by the Law Society of Ontario. In 2018, he was named as one of the Top 25 Most Influential in the justice system and legal profession in Canada by Canadian Lawyer magazine. He completed a three-year appointment as a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education while maintaining his litigation practice.
Frank is licensed to practise law in Canada, and is also a member of the bars of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, the British Virgin Islands (BVI), Dominica, Grenada and St. Kitts and Nevis. Frank is an active member of many legal and community boards and initiatives. He is a Past President of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL), a former member of the Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee for appointments to the Ontario Court of Justice, and a former member of the Judicial Appointments Committee for the Ontario Superior Court of Justice – Greater Toronto Area. Frank is also a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council for Queen’s University Faculty of Law and a member of the Advisory Council of the Department of Law & Business at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University.
Frank’s contributions to the legal profession and to the community have been formally acknowledged on numerous occasions, including the Diamond Jubilee Medal presented by Command of Her Majesty The Queen in recognition of his contributions to Canada, the Ontario Bar Association’s Award for Distinguished Service, which recognizes exceptional career contributions and/or career achievements to jurisprudence in Ontario or Canada, and the Vice Chancellor’s Achievement Award from The University of the West Indies given to individuals of Caribbean heritage who are “rising stars” in Canada.