It has been reported that Diaz Reus & Targ, LLP, a Miami-based full-service international law firm focusing on project finance, trade, customs, financial, commercial and corporate transactions and governance, foreign government relations, tax planning, immigration, litigation, and arbitration, has opened a new full service office in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), announces Michael Diaz, Jr., managing partner.
“Having an office in DIFC makes it easy and convenient for clients to contact Diaz Reus about business, trade, government relations and investment matters,” said Arti Sangar, partner in charge of the firm’s Dubai office.
In addition to their physical location within the DIFC, Sangar, Diaz, and fellow partner Carlos F. Gonzalez, are admitted within the DIFC Courts. Noted Gonzalez, who is fluent in Arabic and has worked on matters in the Middle East, “Our ability to provide clients seamless representation, from starting or growing their physical presence in Dubai and throughout the MENA region, to quickly and efficiently resolving business related disputes within the DIFC’s world-class facilities, made our decision to stay and grow in Dubai simple.”
As the leading business hub in the United Arab Emirates, DIFC supports economic development in the region by providing the needed legal and business services, as well as physical infrastructure. “It is considered a global gateway for finance, capital and investment,” added Sangar.
DIFC focuses on banking services (investment banking, corporate banking and private banking); capital markets (equity, debt instruments, derivatives and commodity trading); asset management and fund registration (fund registration, fund administration and fund management); reinsurance;Islamic finance and back office operations. One of the key subsidiaries of the center is NASDAQ Dubai (formerly Dubai International Financial Exchange (DIFX).
In addition to Dubai, Diaz Reus operates offices in Miami and Orlando, Florida; Shanghai, China; Mexico City, Mexico; Frankfurt, Germany; Caracas, Venezuela; Bogota, Colombia: and Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well as an affiliate office in Sao Paulo, Brazil