3 great panel sessions on:
Lesser Developed Countries – CLVM – and
International Tax Planning in Vietnam and the New Asia
New York State Bar Association International Section
Building Global Partnerships and Opportunities in the New Asia
On 25 October, the third day of the New York Bar Association (NYSBA)’s Seasonal Meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam, DFDL will chair and co-chair three panel discussions focusing on our core markets in Southeast Asia and our expertise in international tax planning.
The NYSBA is the largest voluntary state bar organization in the United States. The International Section has 2,000 American and foreign members in over 65 cities worldwide. The Seasonal meeting, which takes place in different cities all over the world each year, provides an opportunity to network and discuss international legal developments.
DFDL’s panel on “Doing Business and Investing in Myanmar”, chaired by James Finch, will give an update on latest legal and regulatory developments relevant to foreign investors. The panel members are from law firms around the region with a particular focus in this “new” market.
DFDL’s panel on “Investments in Lesser Developed Countries (LDCs) – Vietnam, Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar”, chaired by Jerome Buzenet, discusses the opportunities, growth options and challenges for a global business community in these markets.
DFDL’s Tax Director Jude Ocampo is going to be the co-chair on the panel “International Tax Planning for Business Investments in Vietnam and the New Asia”.
Partner; Managing Tax Director; Partner; Managing
Director – Myanmar Regional Tax Director – Vietnam;