MSI Global Alliance expands with three law firm appointments
Liana of Justice is based in Bujumbura, Burundi. Since its foundation in 2015 this relatively new, fast-growing law firm has established itself quickly in the local market and adopted an international mindset representing clients with interests in countries such as Canada, Luxembourg and Uganda. The firm provides a full range of legal services.
Gamaliel Niyonkunda, CEO of Liana of Justice, comments, “The Liana of Justice team is excited to join MSI, one of the leading global alliances in the world. Together we go far.”
Ocorian Law (Cayman) Limited joins MSI as its representative legal member in Grand Cayman. The firm advises on the laws of the Cayman Islands principally in the areas of funds, corporate, capital markets, finance and private client and on a broad range of related commercial matters. It also has expertise in the specialist areas of regulatory law, compliance and intellectual property.
Kendra Foster, managing partner of Ocorian Law (Cayman) Limited, says,” We are delighted to have joined the MSI Global Alliance association and look forward to partnering with members on transactions with Cayman Islands legal aspects and association projects.”
EBS Abogados is based in Lima, Peru. The firm, with a multidisciplinary team of attorneys, specialises in taxation, employment and corporate work. It has an established international outlook supporting clients that are active in foreign jurisdictions including Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Brasil, Ecuador, India, Spain and the USA.
David Bravo, partner at EBS Abogados, says, “It is a great pleasure and honour for us to join an association of the prestige of MSI, which will allow us to strengthen our professional ties with firms around the world and offer our local and international clients services with greater added value.”
Andrew Leck, MSI’s CEO, comments, “I am delighted to welcome the three new firms to our organisation. In many ways they represent the ethos of our alliance being internationally minded and geographically separate, but with a shared interest in serving the needs of their clients. The locations in which they operate are quite diverse and of strategic importance to many clients.”