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Events

28
May
2014
Myanmar Partnering for Growth
Identifying real business opportunities and building partnerships in Myanmar Finding the right partners is the top priority for any company looking to enter Myanmar, as it is for any Myanmar…
19
May
2014
Oilfield Services in Myanmar: Update on the changing tax and regulatory architecture
This VDB Loi client briefing event will cover the changing tax and regulatory architecture of supplying service to the oil and gas sector in Myanmar. Edwin Vanderbruggen and Jean Loi…

Legal advisory

Our lawyers have built up a wealth of knowledge and expertise in a broad range of areas with leading international or regional law firms. At VDB Loi, the legal team focuses mainly on transactions in M&A, investment, real estate, resources, energy, infrastructure and capital markets.
Our lawyers bring a solution-minded approach to the deal, a safe pair of hands with a responsive and dynamic attitude. Of particular note is our policy of working with Government authorities in all the countries we cover, and our emphasis on “on-the-ground” knowledge.

Tax advisory

VDB Loi is widely recognized as a leading tax advisory firm. We offer a full range of professional tax services, from corporate tax structuring to due diligence. With tax advisors working in close conjunction with our transactional lawyers, VDB Loi is in a unique position to structure transactions in a tax efficient manner. Our advisors adopt a dynamic and assertive approach to improve your tax situation and avoid unnecessary adverse tax consequences.

Our credentials on international taxation are unique in the region – we have extensive experience with corporate, regional tax structuring and other international tax issues.

Presentations

Download Defending the Pricing of Related Party Transactions A Practical Guide – BritCham
Download Negotiating Deviations from the Myanmar Model PSC and Commercial Terms
Download Myanmar, SEA’s last frontier: Update on the Foreign Investment Law and the Hottest Investment Sectors
Intro: This 36-slide presentation provides an update on foreign investment in Myanmar. It touches on the key issues that new foreign investors need to be aware of, with particular attention…
MyanmarLegal Wire

Updates

9
Jul
2014
Client Alert: MIC not “dissolved”, just moving to Yangon
The Myanmar Investment Commission (MIC) moved from Nay Pyi Taw to Yangon today in a measure to improve access to the central body which approves foreign investment. The MIC will…
4
Jul
2014
The Government of the Union of Myanmar will seek partners for the operation and modernization of the country’s domestic airports
The Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar will seek partners to privatize operations, renovate and upgrade the country’s existing domestic airports within the next few months. Myanmar…
19
Jun
2014
Client Alert: VDB Loi assists as first security on Myanmar assets is perfected for international finance
Myanmar achieves another legal milestone as its local authorities upgrade their existing administrative practice to accommodate the registration of international secured lending. Leading Myanmar law and tax advisory firm VDB…

Analysis

22
May
2014
Client Alert: The Government of the Union of Myanmar just announced that it will privatize the import, storage and distribution of jet fuel in the country
The Government of the Union of Myanmar just announced that it will privatize the import, storage and distribution of jet fuel in the country. The existing distribution is currently a…
25
Apr
2014
The legal and regulatory framework of foreign investment in Myanmar’s power sector
In the highly dynamic environment of an increasingly liberalized Myanmar economy, economic laws and regulations play a pivotal role. This report aims to analyze how the current laws, regulations and…
22
Apr
2014
From onshore to offshore: analysis of the 2013 onshore PSC negotiations in view of the forthcoming offshore round
We have the pleasure to offer you some preliminary thoughts on how our experiences in the onshore negotiations might, at least to some degree, be helpful to understand the issues…