09 August 2022

QFC, AIFC Sign MoU to Mutually Develop, Strengthen Legal Service Regulations


Doha, August 09 (QNA) - Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) and Astana International Finance Centre (AIFC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish cooperation in further developing legal services between both entities.

Through this MoU, both parties will facilitate the exchange of information on professional ethics and training, foster a close relationship and create opportunities for professional interaction among their respective legal communities.

The agreement will encourage ongoing and effective dialogue on the regulation of foreign lawyers in their respective jurisdictions and promote sharing of best practices, identifying barriers, and enhancing mutual understanding.

Nasser Al Taweel, Deputy Chief Executive Officer & Chief Legal Officer, QFC said: "We are delighted to partner with AIFC and embark on this journey that will allow both financial centres to strengthen legal services in their respective capacities. We believe this opportunity presents a rich knowledge sharing platform to nurture and cultivate young talent within the legal community. This collaboration reinstates the QFC as a significant contributor to Qatar's socioeconomic growth by supporting the development of local talent in the region."

Nurzhan Kosbayev, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, AIFC, said: "We are very pleased to know more about the QFC experience on regulating legal services market, since recently, in May 2022, we have introduced the regime for regulation of the legal profession in the AIFC. We are keen to give opportunity to law firms from Qatar and Kazakhstan to work closely and exchange the experience in financial centers." (QNA)


Economy, Qatar
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