Peru’s Lazo & De Romaña and EBS Abogados announce merger
Peruvian law firms Lazo & De Romaña and EBS Abogados have merged, forming a new firm, Lazo, De Romaña & Bravo Abogados (LDRB Abogados).
The merger obeys the two firms’ aim to continue their growth and offer a more complete offer of legal services, while combining their prestige, trajectory, experience and professional talent, the new firm said in a statement.
The merger was made possible by the strategic vision of partners Jorge Lazo, Fátima De Romaña and David Bravo Sheen; who decided to join forces to bring the provision of legal services to a more comprehensive level, merging the two firms’ specialization in highly complex financial and corporate matters with the tax requirements of their clients.
LDRB Abogados thus consolidates its services in transactional matters consulting, compliance and tax processes, the firm said.
“Two years ago, the firm established a clear path that within our restructuring plan, and that our three pillars would be to further our specialization in transactional matters, consolidate a solid and committed team, and strengthen the relationship with our stakeholders,” LDRB founding partner Jorge Lazo said.
“For more than 15 years we have been consolidating as a tax and business consulting firm to become a benchmark in the market, and which now allows us to become a multidisciplinary firm to reinforce businesses in any sector, offering legal services recognized for their excellence,” David Bravo said.
In addition to legal services, the new firm offers transfer pricing services, business evaluation, accounting and payroll outsourcing, and consultancy services.
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