Africa is one of the fastest growing emerging markets in the world. The vast natural resources have been the driving force of the economic development of the continent for decades. However, more recently, the internal consumption and technological advances have driven an increasing appetite for imported goods and services, creating new commercial opportunities. One of the key determinants for success in the African emerging markets is having access to the right relationships.

TA Advisory offers a range of legal services in Africa and advises on infrastructure and energy projects, telecommunication and project financing, cross-border litigation, and asset recovery matters for local and international investors.

Our clients often require substantial and experienced presence on the ground. Across the continent, our attorneys have advised on major matters, from some of the largest telecom and mining acquisitions, to election campaigns and cross-border litigation.

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Russia and CIS

Our clients and their requirements are as diverse as the world in which we live. Russia is the 11th largest economy in the world and a linchpin to the global economy. TA Advisory’s attorneys have a long-lasting experience with representing Russian and CIS clients, since 2003, in particular in respect to the cross-border disputes, commercial and corporate matters. We support clients by offering tailored strategies, specifically curated to their individual needs in the region and internationally.

TA Advisory’s attorneys have built a strong reputation in Russia and CIS. We specialize in dispute resolution, asset tracing & recovery, white collar crime, bankruptcy, and transactional and corporate matters among others. Since its establishment, TA Advisory has successfully represented clients in the region in cross-jurisdiction disputes, white collar crime, and enforcement actions combined with anti-fraud actions. Our clients range from international banks to the investment funds and high-net worth individuals in the CIS region.