Ogier expands to the Middle East and Japan

The offshore legal services firm opens its first Gulf office in Bahrain and hires Skip Hashimoto from a rival to head up its new offices in Tokyo.

Multi-jurisdictional offshore legal services provider Ogier announced yesterday that it has opened new offices in Bahrain and Tokyo as it further expands its network worldwide.

The Bahrain office is the firm's first office in the Middle East, but the opening comes less than two weeks after Ogier launched a trust advisory joint venture in the kingdom together with professional services firm Keypoint Consulting. The JV, named Two Seas Trust, will offer personal and corporate trust services to customers throughout...

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