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Giambrone is a global legal practice providing client services worldwide through its member firms and their subsidiaries and affiliates, each of which is its own legal practice. 
Giambrone is an International Network of independent member firms, practising in a number of jurisdictions worldwide through different legal entities, each of which is independent, under the trading name is “Giambrone”.
The brand name “GIAMBRONE” and the term “firm” are used to refer to some or all of the member firms or their offices. GIAMBRONE is the trading name for a number of distinct legal entities that operate in combination with each other in various jurisdictions. Any reference to a "partner" means a partner, member, consultant, or employee with equivalent standing and qualifications in at least one legal practice. Any reference to a Giambrone "location" means any office, associate office, facility, associate firm, or special alliance within the international legal practice.
Each of Giambrone's member firms are separate and legally distinct entities, and no such entity has any authority to bind any other. Each member firm is liable only for its own acts or omissions and not those of each other. No member firm has any authority to obligate or bind any other member firm vis-à-vis third parties, nor does the firm have any such authority to obligate or bind any member firm .
GIAMBRONE & Partners, Studio Legale Associato is a law firm registered in Italy with VAT registration number 06574100829. It is regulated exclusively by the Italian Law Society. A list of lawyers and their professional qualifications may be accessed online or at the firm’s Head Office. Our lawyers are subject to the rules of the regulatory body with whom they are admitted and to professional regulation in the different jurisdictions in which they practise
Giambrone Europe LLP is also an affiliate of Giambrone. It is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales under number OC411238 . Details of the LLP registration can be viewed at Its registered address is Chislehurst Business Centre, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst, Kent, BR7 6LH and its trading address can be viewed here.  Giambrone Europe LLP provides no offers various (non-legal) advisory services to corporate and private clients, providing administrative support to the rest of the Giambrone Group. It also consulting, fiduciary and advisory services and coordinates the organisation of the independent member firms but it provides no regulated legal services. Such services are exclusively provided by Giambrone’s member firms in their respective jurisdictions. It offers various (non-regulated) advisory services to corporate and private clients, providing administrative support to the rest of the group. 
Giambrone Europe LLP  operates a consulting and fiduciary services division with various offices in different jurisdictions. These distinct and separate legal entities provide a multi-service bolt-on consultancy offering structured non-regulated legal and non-legal advisory services and support to international high net worth individuals, companies and entrepreneurs with business interests in the UK and throughout Europe and North Africa. 
Its services include:
• cross-border tax advice;
• corporate services to both private clients and European businesses with interests in the UK;
• company incorporation services;
• nominee and fiduciary services;
• discretionary investment management and consultancy services;
• wealth management;
• estate planning for families and high net worth individuals;
• trusts incorporation and management;
• expats’ relocation packages;
• international tax and property advice for families and individuals wishing to relocate overseas; and
• in-house translation services.
Our practice in England and Wales is a European Exempt Practice under current SRA rules. The SRA Glossary defines this body ‘to be any type of structure in which lawyers are permitted to practise in their home Establishment Directive state and which is regulated as a lawyer’s practice in that state and has its main place of business in an Establishment Directive State other than the UK.  No practising lawyers of England and Wales may be beneficial owners of the business, and it cannot carry out any reserved work.’

EEP’s do not need to pay fees based on turnover, they are not required to have COLP and COFA’s, and many of the SRA rules do not apply to th an EEP. To  operate within England and Wales, all individual lawyers working within an EEP are still subject to the SRA Code of Conduct 2011, but without being subject to the SRA regulations.

We advise on the law and legal procedures applicable in Italy, Spain, Germany and EU law and, to the extent that we are permitted under the regulations applicable to foreign law practices in England and Wales, on English law in relation to or arising out of international mediation or arbitration proceedings. Giambrone Europe LLP does not undertake reserved legal activities as it is neither authorised nor regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authorithy. The international services provided in England and Wales are not reserved activities. 
In relation to reserved activities, Giambrone & Partners operates in England and Wales in conjunction with Dirk Van Heck, an English barrister with the right to conduct litigation. We also operate in conjunction with direct access barristers under the public access scheme. The details of the professional rules that apply to direct access barristers may be viewed on the Bar Council's website -
We are committed to the principles of equality and diversity and we provide services to our clients in a way that respects diversity. The principle of equal treatment applies to our professional dealings with third parties including contractors, agency staff, consultants, supplies, clients, barristers and other solicitors. Any decision to engage or not engage in a professional relationship or use the services of any of the third parties mentioned will be free from any discriminatory behaviour.
We are required to comply with any regulatory obligation imposed on us by our Regulatory Body, and also with any statutory obligation imposed on us in relation to the carrying out of activities authorised by our Regulatory Body. To the extent that anything which we have agreed with you, whether in our terms and conditions, a service level agreement, a letter of engagement or elsewhere, is inconsistent with those regulatory and statutory obligations, then those obligations will prevail.
We are not authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) and is not authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 but we are able, in certain circumstances, to offer a limited range of investment services to clients because we are members of a designated professional body for the purposes of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. We can provide these investment services if they are an incidental part of the professional services that we have been engaged to provide.