Alketa Uruci > Boga & Associates > Tirana, Albania > Lawyer Profile

Boga & Associates
40/3 Ibrahim Rugova Str.
1019 Tirana
Albania
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Position

Partner

Career

Alketa is a Partner at Boga & Associates, which she joined in 1999.

She practices in the areas of concession and energy, where she manages energy assignments on any regulatory, corporate and commercial aspects, including international arbitration proceedings.

Alketa has extensive experience in providing regular tax advice to commercial companies, for corporate tax, VAT, employees’ taxation matters, involvement in the management of several tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions transactions, tax planning and restructuring.

In addition, Alketa has assisted clients in their acquisitions of Albanian targets, including tax and legal due diligences, structuring of the acquisition transaction, assisting in the preparation of the transaction documents and the respective closing.

She is also active as tax litigator in Albanian courts. 

Alketa is recognised as a “Leading Lawyer” and is described as an “excellent” practitioner by international legal directories.

Languages

Albanian, English, Italian

Memberships

Albanian Bar Association (2001)

International Bar Association

Tax Council (2013 – present)

Board Member and Treasurer, American Chamber of Commerce in Albania (2013 – present)

 

Education

Faculty of Law, University of Tirana, Albania, 1999.

Faculty of Economics, University of Tirana, Albania, 2004.

Lawyer Rankings

Albania > Leading firms

Boga & Associates is a full-service firm with a strong track record handling a wide range of contentious and non-contentious issues. Managing partner Genc Boga is especially noted for his expertise in corporate finance matters. Within the wider team, Alketa Uruci has good experience in energy, regulatory and tax work, while Renata Leka handles commercial and IP matters. Gerhard Velaj is one of the main contacts for disputes work, while Sokol Elmazaj is strong in corporate, energy and infrastructure matters, both in Albania and Kosovo.