Panama, July 15, 2022. For the seventh consecutive year Morgan & Morgan have been designated a “Band 1” Law Firm in Panama in the Private Wealth Law section of Chambers Hight Net Worth Guide 2022, a publication aimed at the international private wealth market and a key reference point of the world´s leading firms in
Morgan & Morgan is pleased to announce that, for the sixth consecutive year, the firm´s Private Wealth Law practice group earned a top ranking (Band 1) in the 2021 Chambers Hight Net Worth Guide, a prestigious publication aimed at the international private wealth market and a key reference point of the world´s leading firms in
Partners Roberto Lewis, Raul Castro, Luis Manzanares and Fernando Boyd contributed with the Panama chapter of Chambers & Partners Private Wealth Guide 2019. The guide provides expert legal commentary on the key issues for high net worth individuals and covers the important developments in twenty-seven jurisdictions, including Panama. The complete guide is available here.
Panama, March 15, 2018. Morgan & Morgan is pleased to announce the promotion of attorney Fernando Boyd to the partnership of the firm. Fernando Boyd works in the Estate Planning and Corporate Services Department. Mr. Boyd concentrates his practice in business and corporate law, estate planning, private interest foundations, and company formation and management. He
Morgan & Morgan advised Inabata America Corporation in the acquisition of a shareholding participation in Agricola Industrial El Boldo
Morgan & Morgan acted as Panamanian counsel to Inabata America Corporation, Japanese trader, in the acquisition of 33,34% of the Chilean company Agricola Industrial El Boldo, owned by Algerton Corp. and dedicated to the production, commercialization, sale and distribution of cranberries worldwide. For this acquisition transaction, the firm was required to issue opinions on matters
Law 47 of August 6, 2013, by which the Republic of Panama adopts a custodial system for shares issued to bearer
The Republic of Panama has recently approved Law 47 of August 6, 2013 (hereinafter “Law 47”), by which it adopts a custodial system for shares issued to bearer. Said law arises as part of plan to adapt to international standards that have been assessed and implemented by Panama’s government as complement of Law 2 of