Saint Barts, French West Indies Law Firm
Emmanuel Jacques Speaks to Forbes on the Complexities of Property Ownership by Sanctioned Individuals
Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino was interviewed by Forbes for an article on an abandoned property in Gustavia that is believed to be owned by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, but was never reported. Because of the sanctions against Mr. Abramovich, his assets were frozen, including the properties that he owned. But there is no certainty if the abandoned property was frozen.
This concerned Mr. Almosnino. “If the building is destroyed by a hurricane, who will pay?” he told Forbes. “He (Abramovich) cannot wire money to contractors to repair something or to complete construction in progress. It’s a very weird situation, not only for him, but also for everybody working for him.”
EJA Law Firm Announces Collaboration with Andersen Global
Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino (EJA) Law Firm has announced that it is partnering with Andersen Global, an international association of legally separate, independent member firms comprised of tax and legal professionals worldwide. The collaboration will allow Andersen to expand its coverage into the Caribbean and work together with EJA Law Firm on complex legal matters for high-net-worth individuals.
Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Says Saint Barts is Safe Now
This year, Saint Barts, like the rest of the world, was affected by the coronavirus. But, with residents following social distancing guidelines and a small number of cases, Emmanuel Jacques, Managing Attorney, Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Law Firm (EJA), says the island is back in business.
Emmanuel Jacques Speaks to The New York Times on Buying a House in Saint Barts
Emmanuel Jacques, the managing partner of Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino, was interviewed by The New York Times for an article on what goes into buying a home in Saint Barts. Mr. Jacques said that, before purchasing a house, buyers should do their research into the real estate market, since there is “a constant evolution” taking place at Saint Barts.
Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Named Acquisition International Global Excellence Awards 2019 Winner
Emmanuel Jacques, Managing Partner, Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Law Firm (EJA) in Saint Barts, has announced that his firm was awarded Best International Taxation and Wealth Management Law Firm 2019 – French West Indies in the Acquisition International 2019 Global Excellence Awards.
Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Law Firm Assists Saint Barts Property Owners in Filing Irma Insurance Claims
On September 6, Hurricane Irma hit the Caribbean, including the island of Saint Barts, with sustained winds of 185 miles per hour and gusts of up to 218 miles per hour, destroying 10% of the houses, damaging almost all the villas and resorts and some of the crucial infrastructures of the island.
Emmanuel Jacques Named Lawyer Monthly‘s Estate & Trust Lawyer of the Year
Emmanuel Jacques, Managing Partner of Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Law Firm, was recently named Lawyer Monthly‘s Estate & Trust Lawyer of the Year. The Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards recognize the achievements of law firms and individuals who have delivered exceptional results for their clients over the past 12 months.
EJA Featured in Acquisition International Magazine‘s Article “A One-Of-A-Kind Service”
Emmanuel Jacques, Managing Partner of Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino (EJA) Law Firm, was recently featured in Acquisition International (AI) Magazine‘s article “A One-Of-A-Kind Service.” The article highlighted the EJA Law Firm, a Saint Barts-based legal practice specializing in financial matters, and the firm’s one-of-a-kind service and skills.
EJA Featured in Acquisition International Magazine
The Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino (EJA) law firm was recently featured in Acquisition International magazine.
Emmanuel Jacques Quoted in Challenges Article About Saint Barts as a Hub for International Business
Emmanuel Jacques was recently quoted in Challenges, a distinguished magazine covering France’s economy.
Strong U.S. Dollar Helps Boost Saint Barts Real Estate Market
Emmanuel Jacques, Managing Partner, Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Law Firm (EJA) in Saint Barts, says he is seeing more U.S. investors coming back in force in the Saint Barts real estate market as the euro has weakened against the U.S. dollar over the past several years.
Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Law Firm Named Most Trustful Law Firm by Acquisition International Magazine
Emmanuel Jacques, Managing Partner, Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Law Firm (EJA) in Saint Barts, has announced that his firm was the recipient of the 2016 Most Trustful Law Firm Legal Award by Acquisition International magazine. EJA was honored for its outstanding work throughout the international legal community over the past 12 months.
Emmanuel Jacques Almonsnino Named Acquisition International’s Best in High Value Asset Negotiations
Acquisition International (AI) named Emmanuel Jacques Almonsnino Saint Barts – French West Indies Best in High Value Asset Negotiations – The Americas.
Event: Emmanuel Jacques Holds Seminar in New York on Investing in Saint Barts
Emmanuel recently held a free seminar on investing in Saint Barts. The seminar took place at the Plaza Hotel in New York. Click to view the presentation, a photo gallery and a video gallery of the event.
Press Clip: Emmanuel Jacques Quoted in The New York Times International Real Estate Section
Emmanuel was recently quoted in The New York Times International Real Estate section for his commentary on the value of real estate in St. Barts.
Press Release: Emmanuel Jacques Presents Seminar on Investing in Saint Barts
On January 29, Emmanuel Jacques, Managing Partner, Emmanuel Jacques Almosnino Law Firm in Saint Barts, will present a free seminar on investing in the Caribbean island of Saint Barts which will take place at The Plaza Hotel, located at 768 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York.
Investing in Saint Barts Seminar
International investment attorney and real estate professional Emmanuel Jacques will provide strategies on how to effectively invest in Saint Barts (French West Indies) real estate including the legal, tax and financial considerations involved in investing in the Caribbean’s most luxurious real estate market.