OBG in key Bahrain report partnership
Manama, April 20, 2011
Oxford Business Group (OBG) is pooling resources with attorneys and legal consultants for the forthcoming The Report Bahrain 2011.
The partnership, which was established seven years ago when OBG launched its operations in the kingdom, will see Qays H Zu'bi work with the group's editorial and research team to compile the legal section of report.
Qays H Zu'bi Attorneys and Legal Consultants is one of Bahrain's major law firms, providing specialist legal services across the banking and finance, corporate and commercial, litigation and arbitration sectors on both national and international level.
'Since launching its operations in Bahrain, OBG's team has documented the significant growth in non-oil related, high-value sectors of the kingdom's economy and its ongoing success in attracting foreign direct investment,' said OBG country director Syanna Swyers.
'Qays H Zu'bi's team of local law experts and international lawyers has its finger on the pulse of the financial and regulatory processes relating to businesses start-ups in the kingdom and an in-depth understanding of the broader, regional economic picture.
'I am delighted that the firm will once again be bringing its expertise and experience to our highly-anticipated report,' she added.
'Bahrain is in the midst of an economic boom, thanks to major reforms which are producing results and driving the private sector to play a greater role across the sectors,' said Qays H Zu'bi partner Hatim Q Zu'b.
'I look forward to once again working closely with OBG, which is known to be an authority on emerging markets, to document these latest developments,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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