Milan law firm joins international alliance of law and accounting firms
Worldwide alliance of law and accounting firms Alliott Group, an association of 152 independent accounting and law firms in 62 countries, has strengthened its presence in Italy with the appointment of fast-growing law firm B4LEX in Milan, one of the world’s busiest commercial centres.
B4LEX joins existing accounting firm member BES Associati (formerly Sorefisa) in Milan to ensure members and clients have convenient access to the ‘one-stop-shop’ for professional advisory services provided by the two independent firms in northern Italy.
Alliott Group’s service coverage in Italy now extends to four professional firms across three cities: Milan (B4LEX), Piacenza (Studio Associato Callatroni Bianchi) and Rome (Studio Internazionale).
B4LEX is a relatively new law firm that was set up in 2014 by the firm’s four founding partners, Alessandro Osnato, Raffaele Rispoli, Giuseppe Raffaelli and Federico Annoni.
In a short space of time, the firm has grown to 17 people. The firm has developed their client base and reputation quickly through their ability to offer a wide spectrum of legal services to a growing commercial client base, including litigation, company commercial, real estate, M&A/corporate law, bankruptcy and restructuring, employment law and administrative law. Private individuals’ requirements related to family and inheritance law, asset management, civil and criminal liability can also be met very efficiently by the firm’s lawyers.
With Italy being the world’s ninth largest economy* and seventh largest global importer and exporter**, B4LEX views further internationalisation of their services and client base through affiliation with Alliott Group as the next logical step in their future growth strategy.
The Alliott Group alliance is continually looking for new member firms whose affiliation will not only benefit our clients but also add value to the professional network as a whole. Read more about our affiliation with Alliott Group here.
* by nominal GDP (International Monetary Fund, 2017)
**according the World Bank / World Integrated Trade Solution (2016)