Central American firms retrench amid fast-paced regional change

Several Central American firms have rebranded, promoted or moved offices in the past six months, after a tumultuous 2016 that saw new regionalisation pressures in Guatemala and the partition of market leading firm Arias in Costa Rica.

Central American firms retrench amid fast-paced regional change 
The newly rebranded EY team in Guatemala City

After using temporary offices following the departure of the Muñoz brothers, Arias has announced its relocation to Torre Lexus, a high-rise located in San José’s western Trejos Montealegre neighbourhood. The move, which occurred earlier this month, brings it closer to central San José. Its previous offices were in the city of Santa Ana, which lies just west of the capital and is where Dentons Muñoz is also based.

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