Fenech Farrugia Fiott Legal (FFF Legal) Co-Founder Tonio Fenech has completed a move from Joint Managing Partner to Senior Consultant. While the announcement was made on Monday, the change came into effect at the start of April.
The firm remarked that Dr Fenech will continue to service clients and act as a consultant to FFF Legal on matters within his areas of specialisation, which include trusts, fiduciary obligations, corporate, asset finance and aviation law.
However, as a result of the move, he “will no longer participate” in the law firm’s management, opting to remain active in his consultancy role instead.
FFF Legal’s Partners thanked Dr Fenech for his “active contribution” to the firm’s development over the last 14 years, and welcomed his “continuing professional involvement” in his consultancy role in the interest of FFF Legal’s client base and the firm itself.
Dr Fenech founded the firm in 2008, having resigned from his positions at family businesses Fenech & Fenech Advocates and Fenlex Group. The move allowed him to “concretise” his aspirations to develop an “open-architecture legal practice” and hence focus on the development of the firm’s corporate and commercial, asset finance, financial services and fiduciary relationships departments.
He first obtained his master’s degree in Maritime and Aviation Law from University of London and his Doctorate in Maltese Law from University of Malta in 1986.
FFF Legal is a Malta-based law firm which provides a “comprehensive range” of services to the “highest calibre” of individuals and businesses. The firm is also the Founding Partner of a group of independent professional services organisations, known as ARQ Group, which combines expertise in accountancy, taxation, legal services, fiduciary and trust services, business advisory and corporate services.
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