Ms. Goubault is an attorney, who brings significant experience in the field of investment funds, both from a governance perspective and in relation to regulatory compliance and legal issues to fund boards.
As a financial services regulatory and legal consultant, Ms. Goubault advised the Ministry of Financial Services on the development and introduction of several key pieces of financial services legislation, including the legislation relating to compliance with the global standards on economic substance and the enhancements to the domestic regulatory regime for investment funds.
Prior to that, Ms Goubault was an attorney at Maples, an international law firm in the Cayman Islands and, before that, Ogier in the Cayman Islands. Ms. Goubault represented some of these firm’s most prominent hedge fund, fund-of-funds and private equity clients and provided advice on matters concerning fund structuring, establishment, ongoing legal and regulatory compliance, fund governance and the establishment and operation of investment management entities in the Cayman Islands as well as general corporate advice regarding their respective ongoing operations.
Ms. Goubault is an honours graduate in law from the University of Liverpool, England and qualified as an attorney in the Cayman Islands in 2005. Prior to that she received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Loyola University, New Orleans, USA.
Ms. Goubault is an approved director under the Directors Registration and Licensing Act, 2014 in the Cayman Islands. Ms. Goubault is also a notary public in the Cayman Islands and has served as a board member of the National Pensions Board and the Caymanian Bar Association. Ms. Goubault is currently the secretary and a director of Feed Our Future, a not for profit organisation.