The meeting was hosted by Malaysian law firm Azmi & Associates in Kuala Lumpur from April 10-12, said a statement issued by the host here today.
The ground-breaking meeting also invited local clients to hear from TerraLex network firms on cutting-edge topics related to doing business globally with the focus on new trends and recent business developments impacting the region.
“Our delegates from across the world witnessed first-hand how Malaysia is moving towards creating a more diverse economy, encouraging foreign inward and outward investments, creating an entrepreneurial nation, and seeking to strengthen the nation’s economic growth by enhancing productivity and increasing competitiveness of the industries,” TerraLex Chair, Tim Brown was quoted saying in the statement.
Meanwhile TerraLex’s Executive Director Terri Pepper Gavulic said Malaysia was selected as the meeting location because of its growing prominence as a leading economic and cultural centre for Asia.
TerraLex is the second largest global legal network of about 19,000 attorneys in more than 150 law firms located in 100 countries worldwide with its headquarters in Florida, US.