Triay Lawyers Ltd becomes the latest Strategic Partner to join CWEIC
Triay Lawyers Ltd has become the latest Strategic Partner to join the Commonwealth Enterprise & Investment Council (CWEIC) and the Commonwealth Legal Network.
Triay is a full-service law firm divided into a number of distinct practice areas namely Corporate & Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Employment, Family & Divorce, Financial Services, Private Client, Property and Shipping & Admiralty.
The firm was established in 1905 by the late Arthur C. Carrara CMG, KC and has practised Gibraltar Law continuously since then. Their clients range from international businesses to private companies, governments, charities and private individuals.
Today, due to their commitment to maintaining the highest standards and ethics in their profession; building strong relationships with their clients and their ability to deliver legal solutions, they remain at the forefront of legal services in Gibraltar with a reputation for legal excellence since 1905.
Joseph E. Triay (Melo), Senior Partner of Triay commented: “It is a pleasure to join CWEIC. In a post-Brexit world, the Commonwealth will play an ever more important role and it is important that we are able to position Gibraltar’s offering within that. We look forward to working with our colleagues across the network to explore areas of mutual interest and opportunities.”
Chair of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council’s Gibraltar office, Ed Davis CB CBE, commented:
“CWEIC Gibraltar’s Branch is delighted to welcome Triay as our latest Strategic Partner. As all Gibraltarians know, Triay has a long and distinguished reputation for delivering the full scope of legal services to a wide range of international clients. As the world looks beyond the current global economic challenges, CWEIC is excited that it is going to be working with Triay to broaden and deepen the firm’s international client base across the Commonwealth. As with CWEIC’s other Strategic Partners, the resultant business opportunity for Triay is potentially considerable.”