Morgan & Morgan achieves top ranking in the Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2020

Panama, July 29, 2020.

Morgan & Morgan is pleased to announce that, for the fifth consecutive year, the firm´s Private Wealth Law practice group earned top ranking (Band 1) in the 2020 Chambers Hight Net Worth Guide, a publication aimed at the international private wealth market and a key reference point of the world´s leading firms in terms of service excellence and reputation.

This is a big player in the Panamanian market, capable of dealing with complex tax matters. They are excellent at resolving problems with a practical and effective approach.”, a market commentator says to Chambers.

Three of Morgan & Morgan partners were also distinguished with top rankings in the guide:

Roberto Lewis Morgan, head of the practice with a depth of expertise in wealth preservation and distribution matters, including private foundations and corporate vehicles. A client comments to Chambers that he “gets things moving within the firm” and is “receptive to clients.”

Raul Castro, partner and advisor to the Panamanian government regarding international tax matters, CRS and FATCA implementation. One market insider says to Chambers Castro “is absolutely outstanding,” explaining: “He is the go-to person when you have something complex in Panama or the BVI. He has a very practical approach towards client needs.”

Luis Manzanares, partner and with substantial experience in wealth preservation matters, including tax and succession planning advice on investment funds, trusts and private interest foundations. “A savvy lawyer with huge international experience,” says one client to Chambers.

Morgan & Morgan has a seasoned team of lawyers with vast experience in traditional wealth protection and management structures such as discretionary and non-discretionary trusts, private interest foundations and corporations. More than five years ago, the firm started a new practice led by a group of young lawyers with vast knowledge in modern structures tailored for HNW individuals and families.

More information on this recognition is available here.