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COMMERCIAL ESCROW SERVICES

By definition, "Escrow" refers to documents, real estate, money, or securities deposited with a neutral third party (the escrow agent) to be delivered upon fulfillment of certain conditions, as established in a written agreement.

Acting as the 'neutral third party', our commercial escrow services reduce the risk for both the buyer and the seller in global business transactions. This specialised service ensures that the right set of conditions are established prior to the exchange of business processes.

This service is particularly important for independent parties who want to conduct a business transaction but are not sure of eachother's respective business practices and culture.

Through our network of 20 international offices, our 'Closers' are positioned to understand the intricacies of the commercial transaction and arrange for on-the-spot execution to meet the demands of all parties throughout the entire process.

Our in-house software developers have created a bespoke application to manage the process: an online tracking system allows 'View' and 'Status' updates to the relevant parties 'To Do Tests' via the 'Closer'.

The parties therefore have access to real-time information about their particular deal, thereby facilitating a clear, definable and organised procedure towards closure.

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FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION

While all of our consultants in our offices provide a Free Initial Consultation, the office listed below has particular expertise in this area and will gladly assist with advice on how to approach your unique challenge.

Alternatively, to select one of our multilingual offices, click here for a list of our office contact details.

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