C&A Law is a law firm focusing on financial services, corporate and commercial matters to both international and domestic clients and has experienced considerable growth and expansion having achieved visibility and recognition through its excellent, timely, cost efficient and practical approach to resolving client issues.
C&A Law has earned favourable reviews for the quality of its work, availability and its turn-around time.
C&A Law is dedicated to providing full assistance from the early structuring stage of a corporation throughout its business operations life by offering tailor made legal support for the corporation’s licensing and regulatory requirements, financing transactions, tax, employment law matters, M&A, restructuring, insolvency or IPO. The multiplicity in the expertise of the firm is complemented by its dealing with matters relating to Information & Communication Technologies, Data Protection, Competition and Intellectual Property.
The main contact at C&A Law is Mr. Gilles Athaw, director who practices mainly on cross-border transactions and financing. Gilles a barrister qualified in the United Kingdom and called to the Bar of England and Wales and to the Bar of Mauritius. Gilles has over a decade of experience in corporate and commercial law and has advised leading financial institutions and major corporates in various transactions including cross border financing, corporate restructuring, project finance, Capital Markets and M&A. Gilles’ dedication to finding the best solutions in the most efficient way has been much praised in recent years. Gilles is noted as a leading lawyer in his field by “Chambers Global” published by Chambers & Partners and is independently endorsed as a “Leading Lawyer” by IFRL 1000. Gilles has also received the prestigious “Corporate Barrister of the Year- 2016” award for Mauritius and “Corporate Lawyer of the Year-2017” Finance Monthly Magazine and Lawyer Monthly Magazine respectively. Gilles is also the former vice-Chairman of the Mauritius Independent Review Panel, responsible for reviewing appeals relating to decisions of public bodies following procurement exercises from the Government of Mauritius.