Ozara works with a growing selection of carefully chosen partners. Our working together enables both international firms and Kazakh companies through the AIFC to interact and establish new business relationships to for mutual benefit.
Seven Pillars. Focused on its clients, Seven Pillars delivers solutions, not just advice. Seven Pillars is the only law firm in Central Asia that can offer advice through the lens of lawyers who have worked in business and in law firms; in Government and in the Judiciary; in the East and in the West; and in Court and in the Boardroom. The firm is named after the Zheti Zhargy, 7 foundational pillars of the Kazakh legal system introduced in the 17th Century by Khan Tauke - by following that heritage Seven Pillars is building the leading law firm in Central Asia.
“We believe that combining the expertise and know-how of Seven Pillars with the skill set and knowledge of Ozara our clients will have access to innovative solutions that support those doing business in, with or through Kazakhstan and, more particularly, the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC).”
Mark Beer OBE
Berg-Moll. Berg & Moll Rechtsanwälte Avocats operate as legal project manager for projects of national and international investors in Germany, France and Kazakhstan. Providing guidance in strategic, operational und legal assistance in German, French and international business law: commercial law, corporate law, M&A, employment law, private international law, EU-law.
“When we met Ozara during one of our first visits to the AIFC, and found them to be open, transparent and collaborative from the start, and eager to help us become an AIFC participants. They have repeatedly answered our questions for us and for our clients. Their combination of european and EAEU experience means that we are keen to continue build our collaboration to support our clients”.
Claudia von Selle
First Department. First Department is a team of professionals with the founders coming from the General Supervision unit of the prosecutor general office of Kazakhstan. The team of lawyers has extensive experience in government, judicial and law enforcement - giving a uniquely experienced and balanced team to support clients with creative and legitimate solutions.
“Our partnering with Ozara enables us access to expertise from other english common law jurisdictions for our clients in the AIFC helping us to ensure the full privileges and benefits of the AIFC are realised. In addition their deep know-how of finance and financial services provides us further resources to expand our business”.
Blackfort. Blackfort established a presence in the AIFC to expand from its operational base in Zurich. The company provides independent asset management services for international clients focusing on global market access, sustainable investment strategy and service quality. The three pillars of Blackforts business offerings are Banking Solutions, Investment Advisory and Investment Management, for both, corporate and private clients.
“Meeting Ozara during our decision making process for establishing an entity in the AIFC encouraged us that there are the professionals and experts in the region who can support us and our clients as we make investments and expand our portfolio”.