Chilean law firm Kunstmann Spiess launches
Kunstmann Spiess, a Chilean law firm specializing in tax, fintech, corporate governance and alternative dispute resolution, has launched, led by Max Spiess and Matías Kunstmann.
Spiess has extensive experience in international financial markets, fintech and corporate governance, while Kunstmann has extensive experience in tax law, family offices, and high net worth clients.
Both lawyers identified the need to provide advice to executives, business families and companies, with an approach that goes far beyond the merely legal, anticipating legal changes based on new social and economic contexts, according to the firm.
In addition to tax, fintech, ESG and alternative dispute resolution, the firm also specializes in commercial and corporate law, financial regulation, commercial and corporate disputes, environmental law and human rights.
“The firm advises and accompanies clients in a collaborative relationship based on a thorough knowledge of their businesses, and on the generation and management of specialized knowledge,” the firm said
"Legal advice must consider all aspects of a client's business, which requires a deep understanding of the applicable rules as implemented in dynamic and critical environments,” Spiess said.
“That is why we bring years of experience, an open-minded approach to new knowledge and diversity. At Kunstmann Spiess we collaborate with our clients by providing an interdisciplinary view to properly interpret the context, enabling them to make better strategic decisions in the fulfilment of their legal obligations."
He added that the, such as digitization of management, and which also involves the legal field.
“It is important for clients to generate legal practices that have a better understanding of how 21st century companies and their senior executives must adapt to an ever-changing environment,” Spiess said.
And according to Kunstmann, "the rapid technological and regulatory development has created an environment of great uncertainty and continuous transformation. Anticipating change is not the result of knowing what those changes will be, but rather knowing how to read the context in which they occur in order to understand where these new realities will be focused”.
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