Law Firm Suriname joins WSG

Lim A Po Law Firm has become a member of World Services Group (WSG) and is now the exclusive legal member for Suriname. Founded in 1937, the firm is currently the largest and most prestigious law firm in the country.

Michael Greene, WSG Chair, said, “I am pleased to welcome Lim A Po Law Firm as the law firm member for Suriname. The firm represents the point of reference for national and international legal assistance in its region. Their membership will provide WSG members and clients access to important resources and expertise. Their membership further positions WSG as the association of leading professional services firms.”

The firm has been consistently listed in Chambers & Partners Rankings as the first ranked firm in the country and as the first port of entry for potential foreign investors who intend to make investments or perform business activities in Suriname. Through the years, the firm has been involved in a substantial part of the major business transactions. The firm's clients include some of the world's prominent institutions and organizations.
The firm has gained extensive experience in telecommunications, aviation, natural resources, banking and finance, and insurance and to date it represents the majority of major business active in these sectors in Suriname. Lim A Po Law Firm has further been involved in all privatizations that have been embarked in Suriname in the last ten years.

(Source: World Services Group)

14 October, 2008

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