Aston is member of the International Practice Group (IPG) since 2013, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1988 that brings together independents lawyers, accountants and tax advisors working in an international environment.
IPG has now more than 110 members making it a true businesses platform characterized by its entrepreneurial and independence values which are the strength of the network.
IPG member firms are present in 4 continents and 46 countries: Argentina, Austria, Saudi Arabia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Cyprus, Cyprus North, Denmark, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Spain, United States of America, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Mongolia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, United Kingdom, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Since joining IPG in 2013, Aston has strengthened its international position, becoming a tool of development always at the service of its customers.
In 2015, Olivier Sanviti, founder of Aston, was appointed to integrate the “Board of Directors” of IPG. The Board of Directors of IPG is composed of members from England, Italy, Germany, Holland and India.
In 2016, Olivier Sanviti was appointed “Head Section Law“, in charge of the development of the recruitment of lawyers within the international network.
International Practice Group (IPG) organizes two annual conferences, one in spring and another in autumn, in which Aston lawyers participate since autumn 2013.
Since then, Aston has participated in several international conferences in Barcelona, Munich, Dubai, Paris, Rome and London.
Through the professional social network LinkedIn, Aston participates in thematic working groups organized by IPG. These groups are made up of lawyers from different bars, accountants, tax advisors that exchange on legal and economic issues from a technical and practical perspective. Recently, Aston intervened in the framework of a working group focused on the responsibility of managers in comparative law.
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