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Business employment & law litigations
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Family office & private clients
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Our Values


Collaboration is particularly important for complex projects involving other professionals, different departments within client organisations, and third-party service providers.

We provide input clearly and constructively, in a way that avoids information overload. We are able to coordinate projects and collate information from different parties, so clients can make the best business decisions.


Responsiveness is key for our clients.

All clients are important to us, and we pride ourselves on responding and communicating in an efficient and timely fashion.


We believe excellence is a continuous learning process.

Excellence requires attention to detail, the ability to constantly focus on a client’s needs and an awareness of the commercial implications of everything we do to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients.


Honesty, Trust, Respect and Ethics are paramount principles of our profession.

Integrity also means honouring our commitments and being accountable for our actions, in cases of success but also of failure. Integrity also means doing everything in the best interest of our clients, while also ensuring the absolute security and confidentiality of their information.

Our fee policy reflects our core values. Using vision, creativity and expertise, we aim to deliver practical business-friendly solutions that avoid inefficiencies and over-billing.


We are only as successful as our clients are.

To deliver the best possible service, we focus on understanding our clients’ business and culture, along with their needs, objectives and challenges. Dedication also means we are committed to only attracting and retaining dedicated and skilled professionals.

Core Values

We believe that an organisation should have a set of values that defines the way it operates.

Our values are what make us who we are as a law firm and as individuals.


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Christel DAMASO

Senior Corporate Services Administrator
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Senior Corporate Officer/Paralegal
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Assignon AKAKPO

Of Counsel
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Abdulsamet YAGDI

Director - tax compliance
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Senior Associate
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Head of Investment & Asset Management
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Head of Legal
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Head of Tax
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