WongPartnership has been advising clients on foreign direct investments, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions in Myanmar. Our Yangon office works seamlessly with our WPG network offices in Singapore, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and the Middle East; clients from different jurisdictions rely on our expertise in navigating the Myanmar market across various sectors, including hotel and hospitality, construction, real estate, energy, food and beverage, telecommunications and financial services.
Kelvin Chia Yangon Ltd (KCY) has been in active operation in Myanmar since 1995, currently with offices in Yangon and Mandalay. KCY is the firm of choice for those seeking to navigate the fast-changing legal and regulatory landscape in Myanmar, where we have gained extensive experience and expertise across all areas of commercial practice.
Allen & Gledhill (Myanmar) is fully licensed to provide Myanmar law advice and legal opinions. Its Myanmar and foreign-qualified lawyers, supported by the regional network of Allen & Gledhill LLP in Singapore, its associate firm, Rahmat Lim & Partners in Malaysia and its alliance firm, Soemadipradja & Taher in Indonesia, combine sound local knowledge with best international practices to provide value-added advice and unparalleled service to foreign investors, local businesses, and government agencies. Minn Naing Oo, a native of Myanmar, leads the Yangon office.
Based in Yangon, Rajah & Tann Myanmar’s knowledge, experience and expertise in the ever-changing business and legal landscape in emerging markets such as Myanmar remain one of our core strengths.
The team's mergers and acquisitions experience in Myanmar is unparalleled, having advised Asahi and Coca-Cola in their respective acquisitions in the carbonated soft drinks sector, and being involved in mergers and acquisitions spanning a wide range of sectors.
The team has a track record of supporting international investors in Myanmar and has advised on a number of landmark transactions in the country. We are also at the forefront of Myanmar's burgeoning banking sector, having assisted various banks.