Located in the southwestern portion of the Balkan Peninsula, Albania is bordered by Montenegro in the northwest, Kosovo in the northeast, Macedonia to the east and Greece to the south and southeast. It is a country with a rich history, a long-standing tradition, a desirable geographic location and a booming economy. With an extremely vast diaspora, the economic potential of the Albanian population is significant.
SELA is represented in Albania by Hoxha, Memi & Hoxha (HM&H), an independent, full service law firm founded in 2003. The firm has first class expertise in the areas of administrative and public law, banking, finance, insurance / reinsurance, company and commercial, corporate governance and director liability, competition and antitrust, mergers and acquisitions, insolvency / restructuring, real estate, construction / engineering, energy, infrastructure and natural resources, environment, tax litigation / dispute resolution, employment and incentives, immigration, intellectual property, projects / project finance, technology, media and telecommunications. With hands-on experience in strategic investments, commercial lending, mergers and acquisitions, project financing, concessions & PPP, real estate development projects, the firm has an enviable track record in successfully closing some of the largest and most complex transactions, restructurings and disputes in Albania.
Memi and Hoxha are one of the most reputable law firms in Albania, and for a
reason. Their team consists of very experienced, business-oriented lawyers that
possess admirable in-depth legal expertise. They are very responsible, highly
reliable and always respect the deadlines.” -Legal 500 2021, Leading Law Firms
- “Their practitioners are responsive,
experienced and deliver the service we were expecting.” -Chambers
Europe 2021, Corporate/Commercial
- “Experienced disputes team regularly
advising local and international clients from the banking, transport and energy
sectors”, adding that the lawyers are "committed,
organised and collaborative.” -Chambers Europe 2021, Dispute Resolution