Keeping pace with developments

The banking sector in Vietnam has seen a myriad of changes in recent years, shaped by wide-ranging legal and regulatory reform following the Government’s approval of the “Development Strategy of Vietnam Banking Sector to 2025 with Orientations to 2030” in 2018. A comprehensive plan to boost the independence and accountability of the country’s central bank, the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), the strategy also sets out several key objectives to strengthen and increase the transparency of Vietnam’s banking sector. Dealing with uncertainties and navigating new laws and regulations require legal counsel who are familiar with the rapidly changing regulatory framework.

Wealth of knowledge and broad capabilities

Our capabilities span the full spectrum of financial services work, including asset finance, project finance, securitisation, derivatives and structured finance as well as regulatory and compliance matters. Despite the evolving financial environment, our integrated team of local and foreign lawyers is able to advise on the full range of financial transactions - from vanilla loan facilities to the most complicated cross-border secured and syndicated loans as well as highly structured debt financings and restructurings.

Committed to serve

With our established network in South-east Asia coupled with our locally-based lawyers in Vietnam, we are able to assemble a strong team of legal advisers with an international perspective, committed to work seamlessly to deliver innovative and commercially-oriented advice and solutions to our clients, in Vietnam and around the world.

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