Camille Stoll-Davey holds professional qualifications in both accountancy and law, having qualified initially as an accountant (CPA), then as a barrister, (England and Wales), and then as a Cayman Islands attorney. She currently serves as a policy advisor to the Cayman Islands Government.
She attended the University of Oxford as a Commonwealth Scholar. Her research, focusing on trade in financial services and regulatory competition, led to her being awarded a doctorate in law by Oxford University for her thesis entitled ‘Global Comparison of Hedge Fund Regulation’.
Her work covers a broad range of regulatory issues. In 2007 she was commissioned by the Commonwealth Secretariat to analyse the growing demands on offshore jurisdictions relating to international tax competition. This work culminated in the publication of her book entitled Assessing the Playing Field: International Cooperation in Tax Information Exchange.