Law firm Kelvin Chia Yangon has signed a fourth memorandum of understanding with Oxford Business Group (OBG) for the British publishing firm’s...
Kelvin Chia Yangon Limited (“Kelvin Chia Yangon”) is the oldest foreign legal consultancy firm based in Yangon and has been in active operation in Myanmar since 1995.
Kelvin Chia Yangon provides a full range of corporate and commercial legal services and has amassed considerable experience in transactional work. It has a team of Myanmar attorneys with strong local legal know-how and a hands-on understanding of Myanmar laws and regulations, including those particularly relevant to the energy, mining, agricultural, real estate development, infrastructure and manufacturing industries. Kelvin Chia Yangon works in conjunction with foreign consulting attorneys from Kelvin Chia Partnership and its associates who have business and commercial experience in Myanmar. Kelvin Chia Partnership is a regional law firm headquartered in Singapore, with offices and transactional experience throughout Southeast Asia, particularly Indochina (www.kcpartnership.com).
Kelvin Chia Yangon has significant expertise in assisting foreign clients invest in Myanmar, including advising on foreign direct investments; structuring the form of investment or business participation; assistance in dealings with the authorities and applications for permits and licenses; assistance in setting-up investment entities and incorporation of companies and other business vehicles; advising on all related business transactions and preparing and reviewing commercial agreements; advising on and reviewing lease contracts and other contracts relating to land; advising on a full range of regulatory, tax, contractual, immigration and employment matters; and providing legal guidance on foreign exchange and banking issues and requirements.
In addition, Kelvin Chia Yangon maintains a large intellectual property registration portfolio and represents many international trademark and patent agents.
Our complete office profile is available here.
The arrival of mobile internet and social media in Myanmar has created jobs, boosted foreign investment and connected millions of people. It has...