Moribame Matthews Enters Into Collaboration Agreement with Andersen Global
SAN FRANCISCO-Wednesday 15 May 2019 [ AETOS Wire ]
(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Botswana-based law firm Moribame Matthews has entered into a collaboration agreement with Andersen Global. Moribame Matthews marks Andersen Global’s first presence in Botswana, and Botswana is the eleventh country in Africa in which Andersen Global has a presence.
Founded in 2007, Moribame Matthews provides corporate and commercial law, conveyancing and securities, intellectual property, debt collection, litigation and arbitration services to both businesses and individuals. The firm provides these services in the following sectors: banking, healthcare, hotel and tourism, engineering, construction, mining, energy, property, capital markets and finance.
“We knew that Andersen Global set a higher bar, so to collaborate with the high caliber and reputation of the Andersen Africa team is both an honor and responsibility,” said Kgaotsang Matthews, the Office Managing Partner for Moribame Matthews. “For the past 12 years, we have prided ourselves on providing professionalism, agility and premier client service in this unique market, and we’re going to take it further now, broadening our service and reach across the globe.”
“Moribame Matthews adds another dimension to our Africa strategy and bolsters our ability to deliver broad and seamless service to our clients both in Africa and across the world,” said Mark Vorsatz, Andersen Global Chairman and CEO of Andersen Tax LLC. “This collaboration addresses an important market and positions us for continued opportunities.”
Andersen Global is an international association of legally separate, independent member firms comprised of tax and legal professionals around the world. Established in 2013 by U.S. member firm Andersen Tax LLC, Andersen Global now has more than 4,500 professionals worldwide and a presence in over 140 locations through its member firms and collaborating firms.
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