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  • Form of entity

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    Separate and distinct legal entity. Admits a minimum of two shareholders. Managed by a board of directors who are elected by the stockholders of the corporation.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    Separate and distinct legal entity. Admits exclusively one shareholder. SAUs are not allowed to be incorporated or wholly owned by SAUs. Managed by a board of directors who are elected by the only stockholder of the corporation.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    Separate and distinct legal entity. Admits one or more shareholders. Managed by a board of directors who are elected by the stockholders. There is an established form of bylaws and public notice that, if used, shall enable the registration of the SAS within 24 hours in the City of Buenos Aires. This new corporate type aims to be more agile and economic alternative, both in its incorporation and in the administration and management. Its incorporation and development are entirely digital.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    Separate and distinct legal entity. Admits a minimum of 2 members and a maximum of 50. Managed by a single manager or several managers with full powers who may act individually, or by a Board of Managers acting by majority, appointed by the members.

  • Entity set up

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    • Two or more shareholders
    • The local management is in charge of a board of directors, which may have at least one member, no maximum number (at least three directors and one alternative director in case the company's capital stock exceeds ARS$50 million). Directors shall last between one and three years in office, as provided in the bylaws. They may be reelected. The majority of the board of directors must be composed of Argentine residents
    • The president of the board is the legal representative of the company
    • Statutory auditor is optional. Mandatory if capital stock exceeds ARS$50 million
    • Typical charter document: bylaws
    • Corporate Books: stock ledger, shareholders' meeting minutes, board of directors' meeting minutes and attendance records book
    • Should cash be paid out as consideration for the stock; only 25% needs to be paid up upfront, and the balance is paid within two years after that. When considerations for the stock are contributions in kind, the stock must be fully paid off at the time of subscription of the shares

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    • Only one shareholder
    • The local management is in charge of a board of directors, which may have at least one member, no maximum number (at least three directors and one alternative director in case the company's capital stock exceeds ARS$50 million). Directors shall last between one and three years in office, as provided in the bylaws. They may be reelected. The majority of the board of directors must be composed of Argentine residents
    • The president of the board is the legal representative of the company
    • Permanent control by government
    • Statutory auditor is mandatory (at least one regular and one alternate statutory auditor)
    • Typical charter document: bylaws
    • Corporate books: stock ledger, shareholders' meeting minutes, board of directors' meeting minutes and attendance records book
    • Capital stock shall be fully paid up upon execution of bylaws
    • SAUs are not allowed to be incorporated or wholly owned by another SAU

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    • One or more shareholders
    • The managers must be individuals, who may be appointed for an indefinite period. At least one director needs to be an Argentinean resident (provided that the Argentinian resident director is the legal representative of the company)
    • Statutory auditor is optional
    • Corporate books: carried by electronic means (stock ledger, minutes and attendance records book)
    • Should cash be paid out as consideration for the stock; only 25% needs to be paid up upfront, and the balance is paid within two years after that. When considerations for the stock are contributions in kind, the stock must be fully paid off at the time of subscription of the shares

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    • Two or more members
    • The local management is in charge of single or several managers with full powers who may act individually, or a board of managers acting by majority. Managers may be appointed for an indefinite term. The majority of the board of managers must be composed of Argentine residents
    • The legal representative of the company can be a single manager. All managers or a president of the board of managers are entitled with full powers
    • Statutory auditor is optional. Mandatory if capital stock exceeds ARS$10 million (at least one regular and one alternate member)
    • Typical charter document: bylaws
    • Corporate books: minutes
    • Should cash be paid out as consideration for the stock; only 25% needs to be paid up upfront, and the balance is paid within two years after that. When considerations for the stock are contributions in kind, the stock must be fully paid off at the time of subscription of the shares.
  • Minimum capital requirement

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    Minimum capital of SA is ARS$100,000.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    Minimum capital of SAU is ARS$100,000.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    Minimum capital of SAS shall be twice the national minimum vital and mobile wage established at the time of its incorporation (as of March 2019: ARS$23,800).

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    No minimum capital requirement.

  • Legal liability

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    Directors must act honestly and in good faith in best interests of the company. Directors can be held personally liable to the company, shareholders and third parties if they fail to comply with their general legal duties or specific duties contained in Argentine Law 19,550.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    Directors must act honestly and in good faith in best interests of the company. Directors can be held personally liable to the company, shareholders and third parties if they fail to comply with their general legal duties or specific duties contained in Argentine Law 19,550.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    Liability of directors of a corporation under Law 19,550 is applicable to SAS managers. In addition, individuals who are not managers or legal representatives of an SAS, or legal persons acting as managers, are liable in the same way as managers, and their liability will be extended to the acts in which they did not intervene but which they habitually performed.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    In case of SRLs, when articles allow distribution of management powers among individual members of the board of managers, board's liability depends on the individual performance of each manager.

  • Tax presence

    Sociedad Anónima (Corporation) and SRL (LLC)

    An S.A., same as an SRL (LLC), is considered an Argentine resident for tax purposes and is obligated to pay taxes on income obtained worldwide, whether earned within Argentina or abroad. An S.A. may take the sums effectively paid abroad for analogous taxes, for activities carried out abroad as a payment for taxes (within certain limits).

  • Incorporation process

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    File bylaws for registration with the Public Registry. Starting from April 4, 2018, an "urgent" registration process may be followed to obtain the company's registration and its tax ID within 24 hours, in case no observations are made by the Public Registry in the City of Buenos Aires.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    File bylaws for registration with the Public Registry. Starting from April 4, 2018, an "urgent" registration process may be followed to obtain the company's registration and its tax ID within 24 hours, in case no observations are made by the Public Registry in the City of Buenos Aires.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    File bylaws for registration with the Public Registry. There is an established form of bylaws and public notice that, if used, shall enable the registration of the SAS within 24 hours through digital means in the City of Buenos Aires.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    File bylaws for registration with the Public Registry. An "urgent" registration process may be followed to obtain the company's registration, its tax ID and corporate books within 24 hours, in case no observations are made by the Public Registry in the City of Buenos Aires.

  • Business recognition

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    Well regarded and widely used.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    This new corporate type was introduced in Argentina in August 2016 pursuant the Argentine Civil and Commercial Code modification and is beginning to be used.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    This new corporate type aims to be more agile and economic alternative, both in its incorporation and in administration and management. Its incorporation and development will entirely be in digital form.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    Well regarded and widely used. This is the type of company usually preferred by foreign shareholders due to tax purposes.

  • Shareholder meeting requirements

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    Required to hold annual meeting of shareholders to approve the financial statements of the company.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    Required to hold annual meeting of shareholders to approve financial statements of the company.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    Required to hold annual meeting of shareholders to approve financial statements of the company.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    Required to hold annual meeting of members to approve financial statements of the company.

  • Board of director meeting requirements

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    The board shall meet at least once every three months.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    Periodical meetings of the board are not required.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    Periodical meetings of the board are not required.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    Periodical meetings of managers are not required.

  • Annual company tax returns

    All corporations must annually file tax returns with federal and state tax authorities.

  • Business registration filing requirements

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    Initial registration is required, as well as annual filings (financial statements of the company before the Public Registry and the Tax Authority). Every appointment or resignation of directors, change of domicile or bylaws' amendments must be filed with the Public Registry for registration.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    Initial registration is required, as well as annual filings (financial statements of the company before the Public Registry and the Tax Authority). Every appointment or resignation of directors, change of domicile or bylaws' amendments must be filed with the Public Registry for registration.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    Initial registration is required. SAS doesn't file its financial statements with the Public Registry, but these documents must be filed with the Tax Authority. Every appointment or resignation of directors, change of domicile or bylaws' amendments must be filed with the Public Registry for registration.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    Initial registration is required. Only SRLs which capital stock exceeds ARS$50 million shall file their annual financial statements with the Public Registry. However, all SRLs must file their fincancial statements with the tax authorities.

  • Business expansion

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    No need to change as business expands.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    If the number of shareholders exceeds one, the SAU must convert to an SA or SAS.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    No need to change as business expands.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    If the number of members exceeds 50, the SRL must convert to an SA or SAS.

  • Exit strategy

    Any corporate type shall file dissolution documents with the Public Registry.

  • Annual corporate maintenance requirements

    Corporations and single-shareholders corporations must pay annual fee to the Public Registry.

  • Director / officer requirements

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Local corporate secretary requirement

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Local legal or admin representative requirement

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Local office lease requirement

    In some circumstances, the Tax Authority requires evidence of the declared domicile.

  • Other physical presence requirements

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Sufficiency of virtual office

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Provision of local registered address by law firm or third-party service provider

    A company must provide its registered address. In certain circumstances, a law firm office can provide the registered address until the local entity hires an office. In this case, the company is requested to move its registered office to its new location.

  • Provision of local director or corporate secretary by law firm or third-party service provider

    A company shall provide a local director. In certain circumstances, a law firm may provide a local director service at a monthly rate.

  • Nationality or residency requirements for shareholders, directors and officers

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    Majority of members of the board need to be Argentinean residents.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    Majority of the members of the board need to be Argentinean residents.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    At least one director needs to be Argentinean resident (provided that the Argentinean resident director is the legal representative of the company).

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    Majority of the members of the board need to be Argentinean residents.

  • Restrictions regarding appointment of nominee shareholders or directors

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Summary of director's, officer's and shareholder's authority and limitations thereof

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Public disclosure of identity of directors, officers and shareholders

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Minimum and maximum number of directors and shareholders

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    • Two or more shareholders
    • Board of directors, which must have at least one member, no maximum number requirement (at least three directors and one alternative director in case the company's capital stock exceeds ARS$50 million)

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    • One shareholder
    • Board of directors, which must have at least one member, no maximum number requirement (at least three directors and one alternative director in case the company's capital stock exceeds ARS$50 million)

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    • One or more shareholders
    • The managers must be individuals, who can be appointed for an indefinite period

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    • Two or more members (within a maximum of 50 members)
    • The local management is maintained by a single manager, several managers with full powers who may act individually, or a board of managers acting by majority. Managers may be appointed for an indefinite term
  • Minimum number of shareholders required

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    At least two or more shareholders.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    Only one shareholder is admitted.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    At least one shareholder.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    At least two or more members.

  • Removal of directors or officers

    Removal of directors or managers shall be approved by the shareholders meeting and then registered in the Public Registry.

  • Required and optional officers

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Board meeting requirements

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Quorum requirements for shareholder and board meetings

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    The Board makes decisions by a simple majority of directors present at the relevant meeting, with a quorum of an absolute majority of total number of directors, unless the company's articles provide for a higher quorum and majority.

    In case of annual or regular shareholders' meetings, the required quorum shall be constituted by shareholders representing the majority of the voting shares. If quorum is not reached, the meeting can be held at a second call. In this case, the meeting is duly constituted with any number of shareholders present. On the other hand, special meetings require the presence of shareholders representing 60% of the voting shares, unless the articles provide for a higher quorum. If quorum is not reached, the meeting can be held at a second call. In this case, the meeting is duly constituted with the presence of shareholders representing 30% of the voting shares, unless the articles provide otherwise.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad Anónima Unipersonal or SAU)

    The board makes decisions by a simple majority of directors present at the relevant meeting, with a quorum of an absolute majority of total number of directors, unless the company's articles provide for a higher quorum and majority.

    In the case of shareholders' meeting, quorum is reached if at least one shareholder of the company is present.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    Meetings may be held physically or through digital means (video or teleconference). Managers and members may call themselves to hold deliberations, with no need of prior notice. The management body's resolutions are valid as long as all members attend, and the majority as stated in the bylaws approve the agenda. Member's resolutions will be valid, provided that all partners attend and the agenda is passed unanimously.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    The board makes decisions by a simple majority of the managers present at the relevant meeting, with a quorum of an absolute majority of total number of directors, unless the company's articles provide for a higher quorum and majority.

    In case of annual or regular members' meetings, required quorum is constituted by the shareholders representing the majority of the voting shares. If quorum is not reached, meeting can be held at a second call. In this case, the meeting is duly constituted with any number of shareholders present. On the other hand, special meetings require the presence of members representing 60% of voting shares, unless articles provide for a higher quorum. If quorum is not reached, a meeting can be held at a second call. In this case, the meeting is duly constituted with the presence of members representing 30% of voting shares, unless the articles provide otherwise.

  • Must a bank account be opened prior to incorporation, and must the bank account be local?

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Auditing of local financials. If so, must the auditor be located in local jurisdiction, and must the company's books be kept locally?

    All companies need to have at least annual financial statements audited. The auditor must be located in Argentina and the company's corporate and accounting books must be kept locally.

  • Requirement regarding par value of stock

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Increasing of capitalization if needed

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Summary of how funds can be repatriated from your jurisdiction (ie dividends or redemption)

    When approving annual financial statements, shareholders' meeting can resolve to distribute dividends, which will be transferred to respective shareholders.

  • Restrictions on transferability of shares

    Corporation (Sociedad Anónima or SA)

    No restrictions, unless otherwise provided in bylaws. Transfers are reported to the company and recorded in Stock Ledger Book.

    Single-Shareholder Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Unipersonal or SAU)

    No restrictions, unless otherwise provided in bylaws. Transfers are reported to the company and recorded in  Stock Ledger Book.

    Simplified Corporation (Sociedad por Acciones Simplificada or SAS)

    No restrictions, unless otherwise provided in bylaws. Transfers are reported to the company and recorded in Stock Ledger Book.

    Limited Liability Company (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada or SRL)

    No restrictions, unless otherwise provided in bylaws. Transfers shall be reported and registered with the Public Registry of Commerce.

  • Obtaining a name and naming requirements

    Corporate name must contain the type of company it adopted. Name may be reserved before registering the company by paying and filing a form with the Public Registry, in case chosen name is available.

  • Summary of "know your client" requirements

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Approval requirements for amending charter document

    Amendments to bylaws in all companies must be approved by shareholders or members' meeting and then filed for registration by the Public Registry.

  • Licenses required to conduct business in jurisdiction

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Process of purchasing and utilizing a shelf company

    Not applicable for this jurisdiction.

  • Key contacts
    Martin Mittelman
    Martin Mittelman
    Partner DLA Piper (Argentina) [email protected] T +5411 41145500 View bio
    Antonio Arias
    Antonio Arias
    Partner DLA Piper (Argentina) [email protected] T +5411 4114 5500 View bio

Key contacts

Argentina

Martin Mittelman
Martin Mittelman
Partner DLA Piper (Argentina) [email protected] T +5411 41145500 View bio
Antonio Arias
Antonio Arias
Partner DLA Piper (Argentina) [email protected] T +5411 4114 5500 View bio

Australia

Jim Holding
Jim Holding
Co-Managing Partner, Australia DLA Piper Australia [email protected] T +61 7 3246 4000 View bio
Grant Koch
Grant Koch
Head of Corporate, Australia DLA Piper Australia [email protected] T +61 2 9286 8230 View bio
Jock McCormack
Jock McCormack
Partner DLA Piper Australia [email protected] T +61 2 9286 8253 View bio

Austria

Dr. Christian Temmel MBA
Dr. Christian Temmel MBA
Partner DLA Piper Weiss-Tessbach Rechtsanwälte GmbH [email protected] T +43 1 531 78 1505 View bio

Bahrain

Mohamed Toorani
Mohamed Toorani
Legal Director DLA Piper Middle East LLP [email protected] T +973 1755 0896 View bio
Lulwa Alzain
Lulwa Alzain
Legal Consultant DLA Piper Middle East LLP [email protected] T +973 17550891 View bio

Belgium

Erwin Simons
Erwin Simons
Partner DLA Piper UK LLP [email protected] T +32 (0) 2 500 1694 View bio

Brazil

Alex Jorge
Alex Jorge
Partner and Co-Head of Tax Campos Mello Advogados in cooperation with DLA Piper [email protected] T + 55 11 3077 3515
Marcus Bitencourt
Marcus Bitencourt
Partner Campos Mello Advogados [email protected] T +55 21 3262 3008

Canada

Ted Maduri
Ted Maduri
Partner DLA Piper (Canada) LLP [email protected] T +1 416 941 5412 View bio
David Stratton
David Stratton
Partner DLA Piper (Canada) LLP [email protected] T +1 780 429 6804 View bio

Chile

Matías Zegers Ruiz Tagle
Matías Zegers Ruiz Tagle
Partner DLA Piper (Chile) [email protected] T + 56 2 2798 2604 View bio
Paulo Larraín Maturana
Paulo Larraín Maturana
Partner DLA Piper (Chile) [email protected] T + 56 2 2798 2655 View bio

China

Peng Tao
Peng Tao
Partner DLA Piper Hong Kong [email protected] T +852 2103 0511 View bio

Colombia

Camilo Martinez
Camilo Martinez
Partner DLA Piper Martínez Beltrán [email protected] T (57) 1 317-4720 View bio

Czech Republic

Zuzana Slováková
Zuzana Slováková
Senior Associate DLA Piper Prague LLP [email protected] T +420 222 817 501 View bio
Martin Šerák
Martin Šerák
Junior Associate DLA Piper Prague LLP [email protected] T +420 222 817 810

Denmark

Nicholas Lerche-Gredal
Nicholas Lerche-Gredal
Partner, Corporate M&A DLA Piper Denmark Law Firm P/S [email protected] T +45 33 34 00 73 View bio

Egypt

Mahmoud Bassiouny
Mahmoud Bassiouny
Partner Matouk Bassiouny [email protected]

Finland

Ari Savela
Ari Savela
Partner Asianajotoimisto DLA Piper Finland Oy [email protected] T +358 9 4176 0436

France

Laurence Masseran
Laurence Masseran
Partner DLA Piper France LLP [email protected] T +33 (0)1 40 15 66 37 View bio

Germany

Dr. Nils Krause
Dr. Nils Krause
Partner DLA Piper UK LLP [email protected] T +49 40 188 88 123 View bio

Greece

Aris Papaspyridis
Aris Papaspyridis
Partner Argyropoulou – Papaspyridis (AP Law Firm) [email protected] View bio

Hong Kong

Anderson Lam
Anderson Lam
Partner DLA Piper Hong Kong [email protected] T +852 2103 0722 View bio

Hungary

Ákos Becher
Ákos Becher
Of Counsel Horváth & Partners Law Firm [email protected] T +36 1 510 1100 View bio

India

Prakash Subramaniam
Prakash Subramaniam
Dawn Consulting [email protected] T +91 (80) 4114 2626

Indonesia

Joe Bauerschmidt
Joe Bauerschmidt
Country Managing Partner, Singapore DLA Piper Singapore Pte. Ltd. [email protected] T +65 6512 6066 View bio

Ireland

David Carthy
David Carthy
Country Managing Partner, Ireland DLA Piper Ireland [email protected] T +353 1 436 5460 View bio
Micheal Mulvey
Micheal Mulvey
Legal Director DLA Piper Ireland [email protected] T +35314365457

Israel

Benjamin Sandler
Benjamin Sandler
Partner Yigal Arnon & Co [email protected] T +972 2 623 9200 View bio

Italy

Christian Iannaccone
Christian Iannaccone
Lead Lawyer DLA Piper Studio Legale Tributario Associato [email protected] T + 39 02 806181 View bio

Japan

Lance Miller
Lance Miller
Partner DLA Piper Tokyo Partnership [email protected] T +81 3 4550 2812 View bio

Luxembourg

Nicolas Marchand LL.M.
Nicolas Marchand LL.M.
Counsel DLA Piper Luxembourg [email protected] T +352 26 29 04 2618 View bio
Ambroise Foerster LL.M
Ambroise Foerster LL.M
Counsel DLA Piper Luxembourg [email protected] T +352 26 29 04 2618 View bio

Malaysia

Peter Ling
Peter Ling
Partner Peter Ling & Van Geyzel [email protected] T +603 2282 3080
Chan Meow Ting
Chan Meow Ting
Senior Associate Peter Ling & Van Geyzel [email protected] T +603 2282 3080

Mexico

Joaquín Gallástegui
Joaquín Gallástegui
Associate DLA Piper Gallastegui y Lozano [email protected] T +52 55.5261.1820 View bio

Netherlands

Manon den Boer
Manon den Boer
Partner DLA Piper Nederland N.V. [email protected] T +31 (0)20 5419 871 View bio
Sander Wiggers
Sander Wiggers
Partner DLA Piper Nederland N.V. [email protected] T +31 (0)20 5419 928 View bio

New Zealand

Martin Wiseman
Martin Wiseman
Partner DLA Piper New Zealand [email protected] T +64 9 300 3825 View bio
Rachel Taylor
Rachel Taylor
Partner DLA Piper New Zealand [email protected] T +64 4 474 3256 View bio
Martin Thomson
Martin Thomson
Partner DLA Piper New Zealand [email protected] T +64 9 300 3850 View bio
Reuben Woods
Reuben Woods
Partner DLA Piper New Zealand [email protected] T +64 9 300 3836 View bio

Norway

Philippines

Ma. Pilar M. Pilares-Gutierrez
Ma. Pilar M. Pilares-Gutierrez
Partner Castillo Laman Tan Pantaleon and San Jose [email protected] View bio

Poland

Anna Wietrzyńska-Ciołkowska
Anna Wietrzyńska-Ciołkowska
Counsel DLA Piper Giziński Kycia sp.k. [email protected] T +48 22 540 74 14 View bio
Marta Frąckowiak
Marta Frąckowiak
Partner DLA Piper Giziński Kycia sp. k. [email protected] T +48 22 540 74 26 View bio

Portugal

Nuno Azevedo Neves
Nuno Azevedo Neves
Partner DLA Piper ABBC [email protected] T +351 21 358 36 20 View bio

Puerto Rico

Miriam de L. Figueroa
Miriam de L. Figueroa
Partner DLA Piper (Puerto Rico) LLC [email protected] T +1 212 321 9113 View bio
Nikos Buxeda
Nikos Buxeda
Office Managing Partner, San Juan Office DLA Piper (Puerto Rico) LLC [email protected] T +1 787 945 9114 View bio
Manuel López-Zambrana
Manuel López-Zambrana
Partner DLA Piper (Puerto Rico) LLC [email protected] T +1 787 641 7265 View bio
José Sosa-Lloréns
José Sosa-Lloréns
Partner DLA Piper (Puerto Rico) LLC [email protected] T +1 787 945 9116 View bio

Romania

Marian Dinu
Marian Dinu
Country Managing Partner DLA Piper Dinu SCA [email protected] T +40 372 155 881 View bio

Russia

Ruslan Vasutin
Ruslan Vasutin
Partner DLA Piper Rus Limited [email protected] T +7 (812) 448 7200 View bio

Saudi Arabia

Amer Abdulaziz Al-Amr
Amer Abdulaziz Al-Amr
Partner Amer Al Amr Law Firm [email protected] T +966 11 201 8977 View bio
Edoardo Betto
Edoardo Betto
Legal Director, Head of Al Khobar office Amer Al Amr Law Firm [email protected] T +966 13 813 9966 View bio

Singapore

Katherine Chew
Katherine Chew
Of Counsel DLA Piper Singapore Pte. Ltd. [email protected] T +65 6512 6046 View bio

South Africa

Peter Bradshaw
Peter Bradshaw
Director, Location Head Corporate, South Africa DLA Piper Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd [email protected] T +27 11 302 0810 View bio

South Korea

Allen Hyungi Ryu
Allen Hyungi Ryu
Attorney Kim & Chang [email protected] T +82 2-3703-4512 View bio

Spain

Luis Borrero
Luis Borrero
Legal Director DLA Piper Spain S.L.U. [email protected] T +34 91 790 1657

Sweden

Erik Björkeson
Erik Björkeson
Partner Advokatfirma DLA Piper Sweden KB [email protected] T +46 8 701 78 89 View bio

Switzerland

Dr. Philippe Borens, LL.M
Dr. Philippe Borens, LL.M
Partner Schellenberg Wittmer [email protected] T +41 44 215 5249 View bio

Taiwan

David Lu
David Lu
Managing Partner Alliance International Law Offices [email protected] T +(886)2 2597 4521

Thailand

Dusadee Jittasaiyapan
Dusadee Jittasaiyapan
Partner DLA Piper (Thailand) Limited [email protected] T +66 2 686 8500 View bio

Turkey

Maral Anna Minasyan
Maral Anna Minasyan
Counsel Kolcuoğlu Demirkan Koçaklı Attorneys at Law [email protected] T +90 (212) 355 99 00

United Arab Emirates

Thérèse Abou-Zeid
Thérèse Abou-Zeid
Legal Director DLA Piper Middle East LLP [email protected] T +971 4 438 6306 View bio

United Kingdom

Christopher Baird
Christopher Baird
Partner DLA Piper UK LLP [email protected] T +44 (0)20 7153 7858 View bio

United States

Eric Wang
Eric Wang
Partner DLA Piper LLP (US) [email protected] T +1 650 833 2106 View bio

Vietnam

Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan
Nguyen Thi Thanh Xuan
Partner, Legal Practice Vision & Associates [email protected] T (84-24) 3934 0629 View bio