MSI Global Alliance: Global legal and accounting advice to support your business
When you are doing business across borders, you need professional advisors who are not only experts in the laws, tax systems, regulations and customs of your own jurisdiction, but who also have the experience, capabilities and resources to support your business activities in other countries.
That’s where MSI Global Alliance (MSI) can help. MSI is a global association of over 250 medium sized legal and accounting firms in more than 100 countries around the world. For over 20 years, our members have been providing high quality cross-border advice and support in four key areas:
From setting up overseas subsidiaries to understanding foreign tax regulations, our members can help you overcome the challenges you face, take full advantage of new opportunities and smooth your path to business success, almost anywhere in the world.
Advisors you can trust
With MSI Global Alliance, you can be assured that wherever you do business, you benefit from high quality, transparent and cost effective support tailored to the needs of your business.
MSI member firm professionals have in-depth knowledge and expertise in a wide range of practice areas and with clients of all sizes, from listed companies and large public sector organisations, to owner-managed businesses and fast-moving start-ups. It means that no matter what your requirements and wherever you are doing business, you benefit from practical, expert advice from highly regarded professional firms all over the world.
Visit the MSI Global Alliance site in order to search their directory of member firms.
AILFN (Association of International Law Firm Networks) is a trade association that represents the common interests of international, regional, and specialty law firm networks. AILFN has four purposes: (1) enhance the position and recognition of all networks in the legal market; (2) establish common principles to maintain standards of quality; (3) provide a forum for networks to exchange information; and (4) negotiate agreements with vendors that can increase the efficiency and effectiveness of networks.