Leading corporate/M&A firm, Panama, Chambers Latin America (2009-2021)

Arias, Fábrega & Fábrega was ranked Band 1 for Corporate/M&A work in Panama by Chambers Latin America 2021.

"They are one of the best M&A firms in Panama; they are extraordinary and it is a pleasure working with them."  "Their work is impeccable and they have the best experience in M&A transactions. I cannot recommend them enough." Chambers 2021.

"They offer a very high standard of service, handling everything in a highly professional manner. They are our go-to lawyers for transactions." "They are a very active firm in Panama and do a lot of transactional work." Chambers 2019.

"We have been highly impressed with the lawyers' knowledge of Panamanian corporate law, as well as their responsiveness and practicality." Chambers 2018.

"The team is incredibly experienced in the M&A area. The lawyers provide excellent legal counsel, are always very proactive and seek to protect the transaction." Chambers 2017.

“This is a great and experienced team with very good lawyers and an aggressive approach; we respect them a lot. They definitely present big competition in this area.”
“ARIFA is one of the main firms we work with and my experience with them has been good.” 
Chambers 2016.

“All of their lawyers are excellent in mergers and acquisitions. Working with this firm is a very good experience.” Chambers 2015.

Sources have also commented: "We use this firm because of its high level of quality, professionalism and vast experience in finance and M&A. They have lawyers with a great deal of knowledge in different areas who are very experienced in complex transactions." Chambers 2014.

About Chambers Latin America
Chambers Latin America is one in a series of guides by Chambers & Partners, offering insight into the top firms and lawyers worldwide, to the legal profession. A team of over 40 full-time researchers interviewed clients and leading practitioners worldwide, in order to assess the reputations and expertise of business lawyers covering the whole of the Latin America, over a period of 6 months. The qualities on which rankings are assessed include technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by the client.