NBLO attends the Bulgarian-Egyptian Business Forum 2017 in Sofia

Category: Events

12 May 2017

The Bulgarian-Egyptian Business Forum was held on the 12 of May at the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Hall in Sofia organized by the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) in cooperation with the Egyptian Council for Sustainable Development (ECSD).

As a leading international law firm in Sofia, specializing in immigration and always paying special attention to establishing business links with both neighboring and far-abroad countries, NBLO was honoured to get an invitation and attend the event. Our associates, Nestor Suarez and Maria Pinegina, were glad to take part and contribute to the development of business relationships between Bulgaria and Egypt.



Egypt mission representatives headed by ECSD Chairman Mr Motaz Raslan, and the duly authorized representative of the Egyptian ambassador in Bulgaria, Mrs Manal Yehia El Shinau, presented the data on current economic situation and investment opportunities in Egypt.

The leading Egyptian companies specializing in oil & gas industry, gold & stones mining, building, property and golf industry took part in the forum.

African direction is currently becoming increasingly popular in both Europe and worldwide. If you have any business interests lying between Bulgaria and Egypt - NBLO will be glad to assist and help in supporting your plans. For more information, please, contact us.

Recent work:

Logica plc, now part of CGI, a consultancy & outsourcing business

NBLO has provided broad support to Logica’s CEE regional head office, including on the validity of certain commercial agreements and proposed agreements and on effecting various company secretarial actions. Our commercial work for this client is representative of our time-sensitive non-contentious practice. The firm’s emphasis on an integrated cross-jurisdictional approach and dual-qualified staff have also proven valuable in dealing with the need for valid certification by senior UK-based directors and the resignation of other UK-based individual directors who were no longer available and/or willing to execute documentation.

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