Diego Nunes appointed to AGA Latin America Regional Advisory Committee
30 September 2021
Diego Nunes, Partner at Estudio Nunes & Asociados in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has been appointed to the Latin America Regional Advisory Committee of Alliott Global Alliance (AGA), one of the world’s largest global multidisciplinary alliances.
Diego joins the committee at a time of significant Alliance growth in the region, with AGA having added 14 new member firms and expanded to six new countries in Latin America in the last three years. Diego will play an important part in helping to develop and monitor the implementation of AGA’s strategic plans in Latin America.
“It is an honour to be appointed to this position within the Alliance. I will seize this opportunity to help AGA continue to grow in the region, add value and make sure to be available to all new members and help them as they become a part of our Alliance.
“I look forward to working with our local members and to bringing their proposals and enquiries to the Committee and to the Worldwide Board. I am ready to help the Alliance move to the next level.”
“I am delighted with Diego’s appointment to the Latin America Regional Advisory Committee. Since joining the Alliance, Diego has shown great dynamism and an appetite for driving new initiatives that are bringing tangible benefits to the group. I look forward to working closely with Diego in future.”
Alliott Global Alliance CEO, Giles Brake adds:
“Diego’s promotion comes at a very good time. The Alliance has momentum in Latin America, and the region’s independent professional firms and international and emerging growth companies have all started to take note.
“Diego has proven his ability to bring new ideas to the Alliance that drive firm to firm engagement and cross border, client development opportunities. At AGA, we value and promote leaders such as Diego who demonstrate these qualities and who will provide further impetus as we set our sights on positioning AGA as a key expansion partner to the region’s growth-oriented businesses.”
Across Latin America, AGA currently has member firms in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
About Estudio Nunes & Asociados:
Founded in 1981 by Dr. Sergio Héctor Nunes, the firms objective is to be a full-service law firm that can solve any business conflicts. Many large, medium, and small businesses rely upon the firm. The growth of the firm has enabled it to expand its quality standards to a global scale, with an increasing number of international clients being served. This is accomplished through the constant training and updates provided to the firm’s professionals.
The service Estudio Nunes provides to its clients is distinguished and characterised by immediate responses to enquiries and personalised attention. With a broad range of services (legal consulting, legal auditing, representing clients in court, local branch establishments, collections team, company formation, M&A, HR consulting, labour law, environmental law, etc.), Estudio Nunes & Asociados Abogados seeks to become a beacon for businesspeople from around the world looking for advice on creating and/ or perfecting their business.
About Alliott Global Alliance:
Founded in 1979, and with 200 member firms in over 80 countries Alliott Global Alliance is an international alliance of independent, law, accounting, and specialist advisory firms, working across the world Together as One. Each of our members share a common goal: to learn and share knowledge, resources, and opportunities to make the world smaller and their businesses stronger.
We work with a spirit of generosity and openness — so that together, we can continue to fulfil our ambitions, gain greater experience, and drive mutual success.
Alliott Global Alliance is expanding fast, and the alliance has its sights set firmly on growing its legal and accounting membership to 100 countries. Opportunities are available to independent professional firms in Central, North and South America, and in specific countries across Africa, Europe, China, the ASEAN region, Australasia, and the Middle East. For information about membership in Central and South America contact Sophia Rook-Blackstone (firstname.lastname@example.org).