September 29, 2020

Ogier recognised for Latin American work in funds sector


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Ogier’s position as a leading investment funds adviser for Brazilian clients has been recognised by Latin Lawyer’s guide to the top business law firms working in Latin America.

Head of Global Investment Funds Giorgio Subiotto has also been recognised as a “respected member the legal community, known for the high standard of his work and good connections locally” in Latin Lawyer 250, the independent guide to firms operating in the region – the guide also referred to Giorgio’s “deep roots” in the Brazilian legal sector.

The guide highlights the firm’s record in fund formation and management, and in private wealth work, and recognises the work of Giorgio’s fellow partners Simon Schilder and Bradley Kruger.

Besides leading Ogier’s investment funds teams across , Cayman, , , Jersey and , Giorgio also heads the firm’s Latin American practice. Before joining Ogier he practiced in São Paulo, New York, London and Paris.

Giorgio said: “Our strong reputation in the region is down to many years of hard work by our team of dedicated, skilled lawyers, and to the growth and investment in our Cayman and BVI teams.

“It is always pleasing to see this kind of recognition, especially when it is supported by independent research.”

Photo caption: Giorgio Subiotto – Partner

About Ogier

Ogier provides advice on the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Jersey and Luxembourg law through our network of offices that also includes Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo. We are the only law firm to advise on these five laws.

We get straight to the point, managing complexity to get to the essentials. It is a collaborative approach. We listen actively, asking the right questions, focused on what really matters. We deliver targeted, pragmatic advice with absolute clarity.

We regularly win awards for the quality of our client service, our work and our people.

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