Valletta-based commercial law firm Camilleri Preziosi announced that it has admitted three new Partners – Andrew Caruana Scicluna, Kirsten Debono Huskinson, and Kristina Rapa Manche – with effect from 1st January 2022.
Dr Caruana Scicluna will be admitted as Partner with responsibilities in the banking and finance team, with particular areas of expertise in asset management and financial regulation. He joined Camilleri Preziosi as a Trainee in 2013 and has been active in advising clients in the asset management, investment funds, and financial regulation space.
Dr Debono Huskinson will be admitted as Partner with responsibilities in the corporate and tax team, with particular areas of expertise in corporate taxation and M&A transactions. She has been active in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring, as well as domestic and international tax advisory and tax restructuring.
Finally, Dr Rapa Manche will be admitted as Partner in the firm’s Dispute Resolution team, with particular areas of responsibility in litigation, real estate, and construction. She joined the firm in 2008 and her main professional focus in recent years has been on litigation.
“It is with great satisfaction that we announce the admission of three new Partners in the firm. Training and developing young Lawyers in the Camilleri Preziosi culture and core values to make partnership over time is part of a strategy of sustained organic growth that has delivered the desired results, with yet another three Partners being admitted from lawyers who joined the firm as trainees,” Camilleri Preziosi Managing Partner Louis de Gabriele said.
“This is a process that has enabled us to create the right platform, where our people share our core values, are imbued in our culture and work ethic – to provide our clients with a consistently high calibre and dedicated service. The admission of new Partners continues to fuel our growth as a firm and to place us in a position to continue to service the business community, with higher levels of expertise,” he concluded.
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