AGS 360˚ Solutions specialises in providing multinational organisations with bespoke relocation services, tailored to meet the individual needs of businesses and international employees. AGS has 43 years of experience and is a widely recognised mobility provider globally, with over 4,200 employees operating from 140 offices in 94 countries worldwide.
The history of AGS 360˚ Solutions began when 360 Relocations was formed in 2003 in the UK by a group of industry professionals with a wealth of experience in providing relocation services. The idea was simple: to create a company big enough to cope with the demands of relocation programmes, but small enough to provide a tailored and personalised service. Over the next decade, 360 Relocations developed a comprehensive corporate portfolio of clients offering tailored relocation solutions.
As part of our continued growth plans, in 2013, 360 Relocations joined the AGS Group of mobility services. This enabled 360 to maintain the benefits of providing a tailored, personalised service, but with the added resources of the Group and its network of offices. In 2014, 360 Relocations, as a natural progression to provide a one stop solution throughout the group and to benefit our clients further, merged with the group-owned brand AGS to become AGS 360˚ Solutions, and the official relocation resource for the Group.
All of our programmes are designed to provide: ⎫ Quality relocation & removals services ⎫ Thought leadership ⎫ Proactive & professional service delivery ⎫ Concise reporting ⎫ Value for money ⎫ Innovative technology ⎫ Clear communication ⎫ A genuine partnership
CHAPLIN, BÉNÉDICTE & Co is a modern boutique law firm, founded in 1999 by Lyn Chaplin and Fabien Bénédicte Suant. From the early days, CHAPLIN, BÉNÉDICTE & Co embraced the challenges and opportunities of globalisation. The majority of clients came from all over the EU, to be guided on UK and international structuring and on offshore tax planning.
CHAPLIN, BÉNÉDICTE & Co primarily focuses on entrepreneurs and technology. We are committed to offer expert legal guidance on entrepreneurial business setup, start-up development, creative IP structuring and regulatory matters and high-stakes venture capital, where innovation meets the law.
ebl miller rosenfalck is an international business law firm known for its expertise in inward and outward investments and in-depth knowledge of cross border issues. We support international businesses who are establishing a business in the UK, or exporting to the UK; and assist UK and international businesses who are establishing businesses in Europe, or who export to Europe.
Recently, we have been devising options for our clients to plan for a hard or soft Brexit and keep a competitive edge in uncertain times. Staff planning and attracting talents post Brexit are a real concern and our immigration and employment law specialists advise on sponsor licences applications and HR and recruitment policies.
Most of the team at ebl miller rosenfalck are legally qualified in another European jurisdiction and/or speak at least another European language. Working with ebl offices across Europe, and via the Warwick Legal Network, the firm offers a seamless pan European service. The firm has four specialist desks based in the London office: French, German, Italian and Scandinavian with dedicated specialists in employment and immigration law, corporate and commercial law, intellectual property and data protection law, real estate and dispute resolution.
The European Commission has offices, called Representations, in all the Member States of the European Union. The UK Representation has offices in London (head office), Cardiff, Edinburgh and Belfast.
Our role is to:
• Be a source of EU-related information for you, for your business, media, educational institutions and for the public authorities.
• Explain how EU policies will affect you in the United Kingdom.
• Speak for the European Commission as its voice in the UK, providing background briefings for the media as well as on-the-record comment on relevant issues.
• Inform the European Commission in Brussels on political, economic and social developments in the UK.
Fox Williams is a City law firm with a leading reputation, known for its good sense and ability to deliver effective solutions.
Fox Williams’ immigration team provides a tailored, bespoke service dealing with complex immigration issues, providing clear answers to difficult questions for both individuals and companies in order to help individuals and global businesses meet their UK immigration needs. We are currently advising a wide range of foreign companies and individuals on the impact of Brexit on their terms of residency in the UK. The immigration team sits within the employment practice which is generally regarded as one of the pre-eminent legal teams in this area advising City and international businesses on group-wide strategic issues and sensitive employee matters, such as relocation of key staff and cross jurisdictional employment contracts and disputes. Advice is also given to individual international senior executives on relocation, residency rights and employment disputes.
The firm’s clients obtain quality advice delivered with a high level of partner involvement and an astute commercial focus. As well as employment and immigration, Fox Williams provides a wide range of legal services, including corporate advisory, mergers and acquisitions, dispute resolution, corporate crime and business investigations, financial services regulatory, intellectual property, international trade, partnership, real estate and tax.
Fox Williams is recognised by the two pre-eminent legal directories: Chambers and The Legal 500, both of which undertake independent research with our clients and contacts. Our HR Law team was shortlisted for the Human Resources Firm (Specialism) of the Year Award at the Legal 500 Awards 2018, for expertise in employment: employers and senior executives.
“They offer magic circle service at a significantly lower cost.” Chambers UK 2018
Irwin Mitchell is unlike any other law firm. Nationally acclaimed, with a strong international capability, we offer a broad range of legal services to national and international organisations and institutions, small and medium-sized businesses and private individuals. The firm was founded in 1912 by Walter Irwin Mitchell. With a concentration on criminal law, he aimed to provide the highest quality legal services to the general public from his small legal practice in Sheffield.
Today, Irwin Mitchell is the 11th largest law firm in the UK with one of the five largest Private Wealth teams in the country, operating out of 14 UK offices including a consulting office in Middlesborough. We currently employ over 2,500 members of staff, including over 1,000 legally trained personnel and have helped over one million clients in our 100 year history. The Business Legal Services division is also the fastest-growing area of the firm, with an increasing number of global, national and regional companies choosing to work with us. In 2012, we became one of the first companies to be approved as an Alternative Business Structure (ABS), allowing us to plan for growth and take advantage of the opportunities created by the changing legal landscape.
Kingsley Napley is an internationally recognised law firm based in London, providing an extensive range of legal services for European citizens. With the uncertainty around Brexit, we give practical insight on what Brexit means for you, your family and business.
Our top ranked immigration team advises on all aspects of UK immigration and nationality law, for both private individuals and for businesses which employ European staff. Our top ranked family and divorce team advises on all family law issues, especially ones with an international dimension, including pre and post nup agreements, cases with complex financial aspects and in cases relating to children.
Other services for UK and international clients include assistance with property matters, advice on business ventures and employment issues, as well as help with inheritance tax, succession and estate planning. We can also assist you with resolving disputes and in dealings with the police.
Our expert teams of lawyers can help you plan and protect your personal and business affairs.
WAN Avocats is an independent business law firm founded in 2000 with offices in Paris and London.
The team adopts a multi-disciplinary approach and enjoys a solid reputation in three main fields: Intellectual Property, Corporate/M&A, Tax, real estate and Employment Law.
With the support of more than twenty qualified attorneys, the Firm has established itself as a leading mid-sized firm. WAN Avocats is regularly ranked among the best law firms in France (The Legal 500 EMEA, The Legal 500 Paris, Décideurs Magazine, Media Law International).
The Firm is the French representative for the World IT Lawyers (WITL), an established global alliance of IP-IT specialized law firms.
Wesley Gryk is one of the foremost immigration practices in the UK.
The firm was founded more than 20 years ago by Wesley Gryk and, for most of its existence, has worked exclusively in the field of British immigration and nationality law, including European immigration law.
The firm works both in the fields of personal immigration law and corporate immigration law. It has extensive expertise in cases based on the right to family and private life, including for EEA nationals and their non-EEA national family members.
The firm frequently advises Europeans and their family members who wish to live, work, and settle in the UK. They have expertise in advising on complex aspects of European law, including applications as a partner, applications made as the primary carer of a British child, those made after a marital breakdown, applications made after a long term illness, or applications made on the basis of dependency. Most recently, they have been advising on the consequences of Brexit for Europeans and their family members.
Partner Alison Hunter is recognised for her specialist knowledge of European law; “she is a noted expert on EU free movement” (Chambers and Partners 2018) and has a “fantastic knowledge of EU law” (Chambers and Partners 2017).
If you are an EEA national, or the family member of an EEA national living in the UK, the firm can advise on your current position, the options available to you, and keep you informed of developments in connection with Brexit.
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