We are pleased to announce Ally Law’s newest member, Zambrano Gruba Caganda & Advincula, (ZGLaw) based in Manila, Philippines. This is Ally Law’s fifth new member of 2019 giving the organization a strong presence in one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic economies.
Founded in 1993, ZGLaw is a 21-lawyer, full-service firm known for its excellence in taxation, project finance, cross border mergers and acquisition, and dispute resolution.
ZGLaw Partner, Jack Advincula, comments, “We are excited to become part of this well-regarded group of law firms. Ally Law’s member firms’ high standards for experience, commitment and professionalism mirror our values. We look forward to serving clients at the highest levels around the world.”
“Recruiting a member firm in the Philippines has been a priority for Ally Law,” commented Colin Cohen, Senior Partner in Boase Cohen & Collins, and Chairman of Ally Law’s Expansion Committee. “With a population of more than 108 million, making it the 13th most populous country in the world, the Philippines is a significant market for legal services. It has increasing urbanisation and a growing middle-income class, making for a dynamic and rapidly developing economy. ”
ZGLaw is consistently recognised by its peers and independent rating entities, including Asia Law Profiles, Tax Directors Handbook, and Legal 500, where clients were quoted as saying “Zambrano & Gruba Law Offices has an excellent reputation in the market…and [their] corporate tax practice is underpinned by the expertise of its superb tax group.”