Derek Kemp, Regional Managing Director, UK, Ireland, Channel Islands & Middle East, commented,
“We are excited about the completion of the rebrand. The successful integration of LLS under the Vistra brand has further broadened our capabilities in the UK, enabling us to provide truly one-stop solutions. It complements the corporate and commercial legal and compliance services we are providing through Vistra Corporate Law. Harnessing our local expertise and global reach across 45 jurisdictions, we believe we are well positioned to create further opportunities for clients and prospects locally and abroad.”
With the integration of LLS, Vistra UK now offers a complete range of tailored services to both individuals and corporates, from legalisation of documents and other corporate and commercial legal and compliance services, to helping UK or international companies set up local businesses or expand overseas, providing fund administration support for alternative investments, as well as safeguarding and managing personal and family wealth.
Established in July 2012, LLS arranges the legalisation of documents and provides other consular services in London for clients ranging from international law firms to corporate service providers and private clients. Its experienced team have built strong working relationships with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and all the major Embassies. It was acquired by Vistra in 2015.
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