Our deep personal knowledge and trust of one another makes all the difference. IAG is unique in the level of well-justified confidence it builds and maintains between members.
International offices don’t mean distant relationships. IAG members know one another. Each member firm is carefully selected after an exhaustive interviewing process. We hold three meetings a year, each in a different country. Over time, this discipline, plus the operational experience of working together, allows every member to develop strong bonds of trust, and often friendship, with every other member.
For clients of IAG members, this means the added advantage of reliably excellent, fast, seamless, hassle-free service to meet your requirements around the world. When we pick up the phone to speak to a member in another country on your behalf, we’re talking to someone we know and in whom we have confidence. No red tape. Quick answers to easy questions; expedited strategy and action on more complex challenges.
We work with large companies, medium-sized businesses, and individuals. Our members include lawyers, accountants, tax advisers and fiduciaries, some of whom work in association with other specialists: economists, real estate advisers or financial advisers. No matter what your challenge, no matter where it is, you won’t have to feel like you’re working in a country that’s “foreign” to you ever again.
Links with Morison KSi thrive.
IAG’s longstanding relationship with KSi continues strongly as a friendship since the merger of Morison KSi.
IAG held its third and final Assembly in Berlin from 20-23 October, kindly hosted by local member firm HTG. 78 delegates from IAG’s 65 member firms attended.
Future IAG Venues
Following IAG’s Assemblies in Turin, Philadelphia & Berlin, plus a regional meeting in Hong Kong in 2016, the venues for 2017 are:
Asia Pacific Recruitment
Following the ratification as new members of Sallux Advisory Ltd, lawyers from Seoul, South Korea, at the General Assembly in Rotterdam on 30 May 2015, IAG’s progress in extending coverage across the Asia-Pacific region continues in 2016/17.