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The Legal 500 Caribbean Guide 2023

Following the release of The Legal 500 Caribbean Guide 2023 which includes Turks and Caicos for the first time, we are delighted to announce that Griffiths and Partners has been ranked as a ‘Tier 1’ firm.

 As an independent guide, The Legal 500 recommends firms and individuals based on merit, focusing on the strength of the team and the consistency of quality of the individuals within the team. In the latest Turks and Caicos chapter, the researcher quoted:

“With expertise across the full spectrum of mandates in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI), Griffiths & Partners is a go-to name in the market for ultra-high-net-worth individuals and wealthy international families seeking advice on trust disputes and structuring issues, family office administration work and corporate matters.”

 In addition to our firm rankings, Luca Bonetto who leads the corporate and commercial practice is recognised as a Tier 1 ‘Leading Individual’ who is ‘’experienced in cross-border M&A, financings, commercial work and expansion into new markets’’.

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