PLMJ has announced the creation of PLMJ Colab Angola - RVA Advogados


PLMJ has announced the creation of PLMJ Colab Angola - RVA Advogados, its new local partner in Angola.

PLMJ Colab Angola - RVA Advogados specialises in providing support for companies that want to set up or operate businesses in Angola, and it applies a cross-sector, full-service approach.

The team includes some of the professionals that PLMJ had already worked with in Angola and it has now been strengthened by founding partner Renata Valenti and two new members. Moreover, it can count on the support of PLMJ's specialised teams in Portugal which comprise more than 300 lawyers in total.

PLMJ Colab Angola - RVA Advogados is part of PLMJ Colab, an international network for cooperation that includes the offices of PLMJ located from the north to the south Portugal and a group of law firms based in countries with cultural and strategic ties to Portugal.

The Angola firm is headed by Renata Valenti, a senior counsel in the Corporate M&A practice. Renata has returned to PLMJ where she was of counsel and a senior associate in PLMJ's partner firm in Angola from 2012 to 2017.

Bruno Ferreira, PLMJ's managing partner: “With PLMJ Colab Angola - RVA Advogados we are better prepared than ever to support businesspeople and companies that want to do business in Angola, whatever the challenge or sector of the economy. The new local team of lawyers is highly skilled and Renata Valenti, who is returning to PLMJ, is a key figure who we welcome back with great enthusiasm and with the conviction that this is the beginning of a new cycle of engagement with the Angolan market.”

Renata Valenti, Founder of PLMJ Colab Angola – RVA Advogados “We are proud and excited to announce the creation of PLMJ Colab Angola - RVA Advogados. We begin this new cycle with a team that has been strengthened with the best lawyers in Angola and with a guarantee: we are the right partner when it comes to growing businesses in Angola. We are committed to our clients and to helping strengthen the country's economy. It is also a return to a new PLMJ that is in a better position than ever to support business development”.

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