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Managing Partner Participates in Taylor Wessing’s International Partner Conference in Berlin

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The Firm continues to strengthen its impressive global relationship with other international law firms. Recently, from 19 - 21 November 2015, our Managing Partner, Ahmad Lutfi Abdull Mutalip attended Taylor Wessing’s International Partner Conference in Berlin. The Firm was invited on the pre-text that it is a member of a regional legal network, ASEAN Plus Group.

Taylor Wessing LLP is an international law firm with over 400 partners and 1000 lawyers around the globe. The firm, which has 26 offices in most of the major cities around the world and covers most of the law practice areas, is also a member of The Interlex Group, The United Law Offices and the World Law Group. The firm was formed in 2002 as a result of a merger of the British law firm of Taylor Johnson Garett and a German law firm of Wessing & Berenberg-Gossler.

The theme of the conference was “Our Relationships; With Clients, With Each Other and With the Teams That Support Us.” Taylor Wessing selected this special theme because in the challenging global environment, these personal relationships are the ones that will help the firms to succeed.

The 3-days conference further provided the opportunity for the delegates to meet through Practice Area, Industry Sector and Geography group meetings. This was a tremendous chance to meet with international colleagues. As the Firm’s Head of Global Financial Services and Islamic Banking, Ahmad Lutfi participated in the Banking and Finance Practice Group and Financial Institutions Practice Group meetings.

During the meetings, Ahmad Lutfi gave an update on the Malaysian economy and its prospects and challenges, as well as exchanging information in relation to Banking Law with the other partners. Ahmad Lutfi also had the opportunity to discuss on issues of mutual intervention.

 To summarize, the Berlin trip was indeed significant to the Firm as not only does it allow the Firm to persistently establish its worldwide network with other international law firms, but also provides the opportunity for the Firm to share and gain knowledge and information with other international law firms. Such visit, meetings and conference have assisted the Firm to develop network and build relationship across the globe which will support its client’s cross border activities.