Anastasia M. Campbell became a Partner in Graham Thompson on January 1, 2016, after working as an Associate Attorney with the Firm since 2007.

Anastasia specializes in corporate and commercial transactional work, including regulatory advisory work and inward investment Government projects across several industry sectors. She also has experience in a broad range of matters including banking & finance, immigration & naturalization, and private clients & estates.

She is further the Practice Area Coordinator for all attorneys at Graham Thompson who work on insurance matters. This practice group advises on all aspects of domestic and external reinsurance operations, including registration, operation, licensing and corporate requirements.

In the 2016 edition of the IFLR 1000, she was chosen as a “Rising Star” for her work in the corporate and financial arena.

Anastacia Campbell recently became the Bahamas’ first ACI (Associate in Captive Insurance) Designee.  She was the recipient of a prestigious scholarship offered by the International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) for the (ACI) designation.  The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) partnered with the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas on the scholarships for the ICCIE Course. The ACI designation is recognized and respected globally.

Recent transactions include:

  • Representing a major international debt fund as local counsel in a debt-for-equity swap of approximately US$ 170 million, concerning a major Bahamian resort property and related joint venture interests, which included obtaining requisite multi-departmental Bahamian Government approvals for the acquisition, the assumption of casino management licenses, and numerous relevant operating licenses;
  • Representing clients in negotiations with the Bahamas Government to establish a new port in the southern Bahamas;
  • Part of work-team for estate planning/succession-oriented re-structuring of assets for high-net worth families;
  • Advising high net-worth families with respect to obtaining Permanent Residence in The Bahamas;
  • Part of work team advising on a loan facility for the purpose of financing part of the acquisition cost of new vessels and to drafting ship mortgage and advising on its registration; and
    • Advising international lending institutions on structured financing, secured lending and other trans-national financial matters.
Practice Areas
  • College of Law,
 United Kingdom
  • Wake Forest University (LL.M),
  • University of Manchester (LL.B),
 United Kingdom
  • Series 6 License, 
  • Bar of England and Wales, 2006
  • The Bahamas Bar, 2006
  • The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
  • The Bahamas Bar Association