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Triay & Triay

28 IRISH TOWN, PO BOX 15, GIBRALTAR
Tel:
Work +350 2007 2020
Fax:
Fax +350 2007 2270
Email:
Web:
www.triay.com
Cadiz, Cadiz, Gibraltar, Marbella

Javier Triay

Tel:
Work +350 200 72020
Email:
Web:
www.triay.com/staff/javier-triay/
Triay & Triay

Work Department

Private Client and Corporate & Commercial

Position

Partner

Career

Javier was called to the Bar in England & Wales and Gibraltar in 1984. 

Javier is a Partner and leading member of the Corporate & Commercial / Financial Services & Private Client teams. He has considerable experience and expertise in advising on corporate and commercial matters including takeovers, company acquisitions, corporate finance and commercial property matters including new developments as well as business start ups. Javier is described as a “true expert” and regularly advises clients in the banking and finance sector including major banks, successive Gibraltar Governments and insurance companies.

Javier also undertakes private client work on behalf of a wide range of clients worldwide and has advised numerous high net work individuals and families in relation to all aspects affecting their wealth, taxation or estate planning. He also advises in relation to the setting up of trusts and associated matters. Areas of expertise include - Company & Commercial, Banking, Investment Schemes & Financial Services, Private Client & Wealth Management, Trusts, Property, Insurance and Energy.

Languages

English & Spanish.

Member

Admitted as a Member of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. Member, General Council of the Bar in Gibraltar. Previously Chairman of the Board of Governors of the International School, Sotogrande, Spain.

Education

LL.B (Hons) University Colleg, London.


Gibraltar

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Triay & Triay specialises in international financing, investment and M&A transactions. The firm is particularly active in cross-border matters. Practice head Javier Triay has significant experience advising on corporate and commercial matters. He leads a team that includes corporate finance and M&A expert Alan Buchanan; consultant Robert Vasquez, who focuses on banking and investment schemes; and senior associate John Virgo, who has expertise in corporate transactions.

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Private client

Within: Leading individuals

Javier Triay - Triay & Triay

Within: Private client

Joseph E Triay and Javier Triay lead the family and private client practice at Triay & Triay. The firm focuses on family structures and disputes, as well as providing experience in the establishment and management of trusts, including taxation. The team is also active in advising on relocations from and to Gibraltar and elsewhere, including category 2 residence.

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